Rachel Mash

Planting of trees at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Port Elizabeth

Tree-Planting Ceremony at the Church of the Holy Spirit   The Holy Spirit Parish received a donation of 35 indigenous trees including yellow wood and olive trees. Ten were planted at the parish and the rest were donated to the eco-congregation cluster (churches of other denominations).   Mr. Chris Wild, from Food and Trees for …

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Blessing of the animals at St George’s Cathedral

Blessing of the animals at St George’s Cathedral St George’s Cathedral extended its ministry into the  Company’s  gardens with the blessing of  animals on St Francis Day. Rev Margaret blessed our special companion animals. Marie–Anne Wannenberg who came for a blessing for her beloved cat Huey said “Our animals are part of God’s creation and …

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ACSA is becoming an Eco-Province!

ACSA is becoming an Eco-Province! The leadership of ACSA gathered at Provincial Synod and passed to resolutions showing that environmental issues must become part of the mainstream concern of the church agenda. Two resolutions were passed, one calling for ACSA to become an Eco-Province and another calling for sustainable development.

Special Edition Newsletter for Youth

Welcome to the Special Edition of the ACSA environmental Newsletter for Youth. It is inspiring to see how the young people of our province are responding in creative ways to the challenge of the Environment and creation care.   September youth news letter

Garden of Hope

Many young people lose hope when they struggle to find work. But some young men from St Michaels church in Harare, Khayelitsha had a different vision, they decided to start an organic garden. They have cleaned a plot of land owned by the church which involved removing a lot of rubble and rubbish!