Eco Churches Conference

The second national conference as part of the Sustaining God's Creation Initiative takes place on Saturday 18th June, to help churches to play their part in achieving the Church of England’s goal of ‘net carbon zero by 2030’.

The conference will take place via Zoom, from 10.00am until 1.00pm. Anyone is welcome to attend but clergy, churchwardens, parochial church council members and churchgoers are particularly welcome.

Amongst the keynote speakers and workshop leaders in 2022 will be Andy Atkins, CEO of A Rocha UK; Caroline Pomeroy, Director of Climate Stewards; Nigel Walter, a Specialist Conservation Architect; as well as representatives of Caring for God’s Acre, Christian Aid and others involved in aspects of the church’s environmental engagement.

The programme has been put together by a steering group from the eastern cathedrals - Chelmsford, Ely, Norwich, Peterborough, St Albans and St Edmundsbury. Information and resources emerging from the conference will be remain online afterwards as a reference point.

Attendance at the conference is free of charge but registration in advance is essential. Full details and registration links are available on the Sustainable Living Conference website here: www.sustaininggodscreation.org