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EARTH HOUR – ONLINE

EARTH HOUR ONLINE Light a candle for the Earth We would like to encourage you to celebrate Earth hour by saying this prayer http://www.greenanglicans.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/earth-hour-v2.pdf Share a picture of yourself and your candle on social media.   Plan an event with your youth Earth Hour is an annual environmental campaign that brings attention to the effects …

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Care for Creation in Grahamstown Diocese

On  Saturday 14th of March, the Grahamstown Diocese hosted a  workshop St. Michael’s and St  George’s Cathedral hall in  Grahamstown, this day saw  35 attendees and we were honoured with ta delegation from the Provincial College of the Transfiguration (CoTT). We were warmly welcomed by Rev Gwen Mvula (the Diocesan Environmental Coordinator ) on behalf …

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Green Anglicans Malawi join hands with Mothers Union

oday the Green Anglicans (Proudly Anglicans) joined hands with Mother’s Union members & the Youth in a tree planting exercise at Christ the King Anglican Church-Chilinde Anglican Parish in Lilongwe. Rev. Canon Christopher Mwawa led the team in planting 200 trees. #RenewOurWorld.#GreenAnglicans.

Bishop and Provincial Governor join hands to plant trees

The Provincial Governor of Inhambane and the Bishop of the Diocese of Lembombos (Mozambique) joined hands to plant trees which will give shade and fruit in the Church of All Saints in Guambene It is very good to see the provincial Government committed to the Environment Queres renovar o Meio-Ambiente? Olhe para o seu status, …

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A woodlot for every archdeaconry – Lake Malawi

A WOODLOT  FOR  EACH ARCHDEACONRY The Diocese of Lake Malawi passed a Synod resolution put forward by the Environmental Department  (green Anglicans) – to establish at least one woodlot for every parish or station.   The Diocesan Synod declared that the third week of January (to coincide with the rains) should be dedicated to replenish …

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Reaching the youth in the Diocese of Khahlamba

On the 15th February 2020 the Diocese of Khahlamba hosted a workshop for Sunday school teachers, confirmation teachers and Youth leaders. The workshop was facilitated by Bino Makhalanyane from the provincial Green Anglican office based in Cape town. It covered the Care for creation and Ryan the Rhino which are the material currently used throughout …

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Historic Creation Care Joint training for Youth and Sunday School Teachers in Diocese of Swaziland

Historic Creation Care Joint Training for Youth and Sunday school Teachers in Diocese of Swaziland The Diocese of Swaziland has recorded history on 21-23 February by hosting joint training on Creation Care. This joint training is following the number of resolutions that were passed by the Diocesan Synod in October 2019. Among the many resolutions …

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Saving water in Mozambique

Rev Aurelio Uqueio and his team built a cistern to save rain water. This will avoid erosion,  and protect the environment. The cistern is for the church of  São Miguel Archangel (maxixe – inhambane).

Archdeaconry of Maitland Care for Creation Youth Workshop

On Friday the 7th of February, Green Anglicans was invited to run a workshop with the Archdeaconry of Maitland to discuss the issues around climate change and caring for creation. The workshop was part of a series of teachings to engage young people around critical issues that are facing our young people currently. The workshop …

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