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Garden of Hope

Many young people lose hope when they struggle to find work. But some young men from St Michaels church in Harare, Khayelitsha had a different vision, they decided to start an organic garden. They have cleaned a plot of land owned by the church which involved removing a lot of rubble and rubbish!

Anglican Youth Fellowship Star in Eco-Dramas

  At a vibrant, action packed evening with much fun and laughter, members of the AYF from 5 Dioceses introduced their friends and colleagues to some critical environmental issues through¬† a series of thought-provoking eco-dramas. Using background information, groups were tasked with developing a story around a contextual environmental issue in their own Diocese. In …

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With Love for God, and Concern about Fracking

An appeal to engage in local discussion around Hydraulic Fracturing in many parts of the Anglican Communion. by Revd Ken Gray, ACEN Secretary Through a personal appeal grounded in local experience Dr. Jeff Golliher, Program Director for the Environment and Sustainable Communities, Anglican United Nations Office, New York, NY and an advisor to the Anglican …

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Archbishop Makgoba encourages Anglican Communion to Think.Eat.Save

The Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Revd Thabo Makgoba, the chair of the Anglican Communion Environment Network (ACEN), is encouraging the 85 million Anglicans in 38 Provinces to use new ACEN prayers and resources from South Africa and England in church services on or around Environment Sunday (2nd June) and World Environment Day (5th …

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