I am who I am, because I believe in the protection of Godly created things

The ‘Greened Canons”

The Anglican Church of Southern Africa has gone through a process to green their canons. Please find the resource here:    

Green Anglicans Newsletter

The First Sunday of Advent we light a candle of hope We are people of hope, and that is what we bring to the climate justice movement. “Optimism and hope are not the same. Optimism is the belief that the world is changing for the better; hope is the belief that, together, we can make …

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Bino Makhalanyane at COP27

On the 6-13 November 2022 I had the privilege of attending my very first Conference of Parties COP27 at Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt, under the Christian Climate Observers Programme ( CCOP). This was a very over whelming experience for me as a first timer being in a space full of thousands of people from around …

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Lambeth Environment Day

Lambeth Environment Day “The leaves of the trees are for the healing of the nations” Rev 22:2 The bishops and spouses travelled to Lambeth Palace in London for a day which combined experiencing the beauty of God’s creation with discussing the challenges of climate change On arrival at the beautiful Lambeth gardens they were met …

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Only One Earth

This year Pentecost Sunday and World Environment Day fall on the same day, 5th of June.  Please find sermon suggestions and liturgy for the day