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The Diocese of False Bay Anglican Youth Ministry (AYM) opened the AYM 2 youth month with a very vibrant and fruitful camp. Green Anglicans was part of the camp which was held in a very environmental venue. The camp was held at SOS in Villiersdop, the beauty of nature and animals in there highlighted the purpose of the environmental session.

Starting a youth month with a difference this time AYM brought it through their pledges to the environmental ministry. They discussed six topics from the environmental calendar. Mitchellsplain archdeaconry was talked about World Water Day, which in turn all promised to teach people in parishes around Mitchellsplain about conserving and filtering water.  They are also planning  on advising these church’s to invest in water tanks so they can catch water from the rain cutting down water bill.

The Archdeaconry of Blue downs was discussing Earth Hour. They stressed that the awareness does not have to be on that specific day and hour only, promising to give an hour to the environment on the weekends as well evening services, with no use of artificial lights and other things that negatively impact the environment.

Helderberg archdeaconry decided to have a Clean-up day in their churches on World Environmental day and also recycle papers and plastics that they will collect from their respective parishes and the surrounding community.

The youth from the archdeaconry of Breede Valley decided to have services outside to connect with the environment for the Season of Creation and also include the youth that does not go to church

The youth from Caledon mentioned planting trees and since their parishes are far apart from each other they said they will plant one tree on Arbour Week and also help promote tree planting as culture of remembrance in their church and community.

The youth from Kalk Bay plan on a clean-up campaign for the Clean Up week in Muizenberg beach on Saturday because they want to have as many people as possible.

We would like to thank the AYM for taking part in the environmental ministry and for the positive ideas. The Green Anglicans representatives made a promise to be part of these archdeaconries events.

 

The Diocese of False Bay Anglican Youth Ministry (AYM) opened the youth month with a very vibrant and fruitful camp. Green Anglicans was part of the camp which was held in a very environmental venue. The camp was held at SOS in Villiersdop, the beauty of nature and animals in there highlighted the purpose of the environmental session.

Starting a youth month with a difference this time through their pledges to the environmental ministry.They discussed six topics from the environmental calendar. Mitchellsplain archdeaconry was talked about World Water Day, which in turn all promised to teach people in parishes around Mitchellsplain about conserving as well filtering water.  They are also planning advising these church’s to invest in water tanks so they can catch water from the rain cutting down water bill.

The Archdeaconry of Blue downs was discussing Earth Hour. They stressed that the awareness does not have to be on that specific day and hour only, promising to give an hour to the environment on the weekends as well evening services, with no use of artificial lights and other things that negatively impact the environment.

Helderberg archdeaconry decided to have a Clean-up day in their churches on World Environmental day and also recycle papers and plastics that they will collect from their respective parishes and the surrounding community.

The youth from the archdeaconry of Breede Valley decided to have services outside to connect with the environment for the Season of Creation and also include the youth that does not go to church

The youth from Caledon mentioned planting trees and since their parishes are far apart from each other they said they will plant one tree on Arbour Week and also help promote tree planting as culture of remembrance in their church and community.

The youth from Kalk Bay plan on a clean-up campaign for the Clean Up week in Muizenberg beach on Saturday because they want to have as many people as possible.

We would like to thank the AYM for taking part in the environmental ministry and for the positive ideas. The Green Anglicans representatives made a promise to be part of these archdeaconries events.

 

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