Rachel Mash

Provincial Consultation on SDGS, Poverty, Climate Change and Gender

CONSULTATION ON THE SDGS, POVERTY, ENVIRONMENT AND GENDER The Anglican Church of Southern Africa held a consultation on the Sustainable Development Goals with a particular focus on Climate Change, poverty and gender The Consultation was jointly organized by Hope Africa and the Green Anglicans. Day one was held with representatives of the Provincial Organisations, namely …

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The “Green Bishop’s Message for Interfaith Harmony Week

  During Interfaith Harmony week Prayers for the City were held in Cape Town on the 2nd of February. Bishop Geoff Davies, known as the Green Bishop was invited to address the gathering. Here is his message It is crucial that religions work together. Thank you Dr Bhadra Shah, vice-Chair of the Parliament of World’s …

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Congratulations Bishop Tsietsi

CONGRATULATIONS BISHOP TSIETSI Warm congratulations to the Diocese of Mzimvubu on the installation of their new Bishop Tsietsi The Green Anglicans team was busy preparing beforehand and sadly  had a huge pile of  cleaning up of rubbish afterwards… Let us remember when we attend these wonderful celebrations not to forget to care for creation! Creation …

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Growing a student movement in Malawi

On 01st February 2020, Malawi Creation Care Network (MCCN) together with the Green Anglicans  conducted an Environmental Movement Building conference with over 40 college and university students from across Malawi. The aim of this conference was to build environmental conservation movements in institutions of higher learning which will help care for God’s Creation. The students …

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WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS FOR CITIES FACING WATER SHORTAGES?

WHAT ARE THE BEST SOLUTIONS FOR CITIES FACING WATER SHORTAGES? What are the learnings from Cape Town’s Day Zero? 130 global experts from  15 countries met in Cape Town to debate the best  solutions for cities facing water shortages. Here is the presentation from the civil society task team, presented by Rev Dr Rachel Mash …

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#Birthday trees takes root!

The idea of birthday trees is growing!  Young Green Anglicans in Kenya embraced the idea, and got together with all the January babies to plant their trees.  They will do the same thing every month Picture Credit Janet Kariuki

Blessing of the fishing fleet

FOR THOSE IN PERIL ON THE SEA Our Family @ St Mary the Virgin, Struisbaai had their Sea Sunday service today where our Clergy blessed the Fishermen, Boats and prayed for all the families who depends on the sea for their daily lives.’ Photos All Saints Church Bredasdorp