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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O Movimento “Green Anglicans” de Moçambique e Angola

Green Anglicans Movement  of Mozambique and Angola  O Arcebispo de Cantuária visitou Maputo para celebrar o lançamento da Igreja Anglicana de Moçambique e Angola (IAMA) com um maravilhoso serviço de celebração É rara a ocasião em que angolanos e moçambicanos se podem encontrar fisicamente, uma vez que os custos de deslocação de um país para …

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Rev Dr Rachel Mash On almost all  levels, COP27 will go down in history as a failure   Reducing carbon emissions Wealthy nations and the over 600 fossil fuel lobbyists stopped meaningful action on  the phasing out of fossil fuels. Because this is a UN process, the decision is made by consensus not a vote. …

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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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Bishop Jeanne Pierre Methode presented to the 15 bishops and 600 clergy attending the Conference of the Anglican Church of Rwanda. He told them about the Green Anglican Movement  and the Communion Forest After the conference they planted some trees in East Africa Christian College in Kigali.

Future Farmers project

All Saints and St Marks have partnered with the Grade R learners at Bellair School with their future farmers gardening project All Saints, celebrating 130 years of ministry planted a lemon tree at the school and another one at church as part of the Communion Forest Mrs Nina Moolman & Mrs Pinkie Nkomonde share about …

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Anglicans and the African COP

COP27 comes to Africa The African COP COP27 is being called the African COP, as is it being held in Africa, in Sharm El – Sheikh in Egypt from 6- 18th November.  This gives the opportunities to highlight issues affecting Africa and to raise African voices, listening to climate activist and hearing stories of climate …

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