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Doxecology - creation, ecology & Christian hope
Jon Barrett chats with Joel Payne from Resound Worship about their new album Doxecology.
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How faith and acting on climate change are linked
Erica is 16 years old, a Christian and a climate activist. She sits on the Bishop’s Youth Council and the Diocesan Environmental Group, as well as being a prominent figure in the youth movement, Climate Strike Leicester.
Open How faith and acting on climate change are linked

Registering to work towards becoming an Eco Diocese
The diocese has registered with awarding body A Rocha to become an Eco Diocese within the next two years. Read to find out how some churches are making steps forward as part of this commitment.
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How church school children took eco action into their own hands
South Kilworth School's winter project to plant trees
Open How church school children took eco action into their own hands

How one deanery began encouraging congregations to consider Eco Church
An outline of how Akeley East deanery is helping churches think about being greener
Open How one deanery began encouraging congregations to consider Eco Church

Seeking Environment Champions in Every Deanery
As we step up our care for God’s creation, the Diocesan Environment Group is hoping to recruit eager participants from each deanery.
Open Seeking Environment Champions in Every Deanery

Bishop Martyn's latest blog
Extinction or rebellion? Young people and the church. Following debates and votes last week at General Synod (February 2020), Bishop Martyn published his latest blog post..
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Churches across Leicestershire are to take action to become an Eco Diocese
Following an impassioned Presidential Address from the Bishop of Leicester, the Church of England Diocese of Leicester Synod has unanimously voted to work towards achieving a bronze award in the Eco Diocese scheme within two years.
Open Churches across Leicestershire are to take action to become an Eco Diocese

Everyday eco action wins St Di's Church a bronze award
Many of us think that preserving the precious gift of creation in the midst of the climate crisis is something we should acting upon, every day. St Dionysius in Market Harborough, is leading by example and was recently awarded an Eco Church Bronze Award for its efforts.
Open Everyday eco action wins St Di's Church a bronze award



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