Join an online Eco-Theology Course

JOIN AN ON-LINE ECO-THEOLOGY COURSE! The CAPA (AENA) invites you to an online eco-theology course to consider key environmental challenges facing the continent from both a theological/biblical  and practical perspective. The course is open for lay and ordained leaders of the church and does not require any previous knowledge on environmental issues.  You are invited …

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Invasive Plants

First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat into my barn. Matthew 13: 30 What are invasive plants? Invasive plants are plants that are intentionally or accidentally introduced by humans into areas outside of their natural habitat. These species can spread rapidly with negative consequences for native …

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Everythings going to Bee alright in Lesotho!

Everything’s going to Bee alright! – gardening training in Lesotho Khubetsoana Community Home gardening project On the  13th February – 18th February 2023 the Eco-culture team ( namely Ms Thapelo Lipholo and Khahliso Letsie had an Adult Home gardening training session for the community of  Khubetsoana in Lesotho. On day 1 introduction to training to …

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Anglican Communion says no to new fossil fuel developments

At the meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council  (ACC18) in Accra, Ghana a resolution was past in support of the fossil fuel non proliferation treaty 5(b) Moratorium on New Fossil Fuel developments The Anglican Consultative Council: Notes that the Fossil fuel non- proliferation treaty (to stop the increase of fossil fuel projects) offers a practical …

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310,000 Tree Seedlings for Tanzania

310,000 TREE SEEDLINGS FOR TANZANIA! Shalom! Our project went well! The Anglican church of Tanzania distributed 310,000 tree seedlings in the 20 parishes that have congregations in 69 villages in the Njombe region of Tanzania Thank you Green Anglican for inspiration. Fr. Keneth Mthulo Njombe, Tanzania.

Celebrating World Wetlands

Celebrating World Wetlands Day A clean up day was held in Nairobi to celebrate World Wetlands day (2nd of Feb) Komb Green Solutions organized the event to help green the area of Korogocho and its environs Rev Dennis Nthenge from Green Anglicans was one of the speakers. “why should I care for Creation? Because God …

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