"The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it" (Psalm 24:1)
We believe we are stewards of God's earth, with a responsibility to look after it.
Trinity is working to improve its ecological footprint. To help us we are using "Eco Church" - a scheme for churches in England and Wales who want to demonstrate that the gospel is good news for God’s earth. By measuring our performance against the Eco Church standards we hope we will be both inspired and challenged to improve. You can read more about Eco Church here.
You can view a video outlining the
Eco Church scheme, from its launch
at St Paul's Cathedral, here.
From an initial assessment at October 2019 we were encouraged to find that Trinity already meets the Eco Church Bronze standard, and we have challenged ourselves to at least reach silver!
You can see an introduction here...
The questionnaire and our current draft set of responses can be seen here.
We will welcome any comments, questions or ideas for action that will help us improve our ecological footprint. Can we get to "Silver"?
Comments can be sent using the "Contact" form on the web site or contact Sang Wook Han, Ruth MacLaren or Francis Allotey...
Interested? Why not join a group from Trinity attending the Churches Together in South London "Churches Together for the Climate" gathering on Wednesday 20 November 7-9pm at Trinity House, Chapel Court, off Borough High Street, SE1 1HW. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.