Transformed by Christ: Prophetic
What does it mean to live transformed by Christ; prayerful, pastoral and prophetic? Here are some encouraging stories to share as we seek to live prophetically together.
We will be prophetic in speaking out and acting, with the fire of the Holy Spirit, challenging injustice, confronting violence and working for peace and reconciliation. We will seek to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.
Guide to COP28 – act and pray
COP28 is the United Nations Climate Change conference happening in the United Arab Emirates, from 30 November to 12 December. Here's why it's important and how you can get involved.More
Bishop of Norwich responds to Net Zero statement
The Bishop of Norwich has responded to the Prime Minister's announcement on Net Zero policies.More
The Trunch Group’s Eco Church journey – so far
Liz Carr offers an honest explanation on how they're progressing in the Trunch Group of churches as they seek to be good news for God's creation.More
Day of action on fossil fuel pollution
On Saturday, September 23, people across the UK will come together in a call for the Government to make UK-based fossil fuel giants pay for the impacts of the climate crisis they have caused.More
Local Christians gear up for national climate crisis protest
Local Christian climate activists are encouraging people to join a national climate action protest being held in London from 21 - 24 April.More
Trowse Parish achieves Eco Church Bronze
St Andrew's Church in Trowse, on the edge of Norwich city, is celebrating their Eco Church Bronze Award.More
The Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher encourages parishes to take part in Churches Count on Nature
Parishes across England and Wales can now register to participate in Churches Count on Nature, an annual scheme where people visit churchyards and record the plant and animal species they encounter.More
Take part in Love Your Burial Ground week.
Churches are being encouraged to sign up to this year's love your burial ground week; an initiative by Churches Count on Nature.More
Harleston school receives international recognition for community work on nature recovery
Pupils at Harleston Sancroft Academy Primary school have received certificates from the Earth Society Foundation in New York.More
Racial Justice Sunday 2023, resources to read and watch about why racial justice matters.
Racial Justice Sunday 2023 is marking the 30 year anniversary since the murder of Stephen Lawrence in London. Here are some important messages, resources and videos for churches and communities to use and engage with, brought together by Revd Karlene Kerr, Bishop's Adviser for UKME affairs.More