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Environment - Resources

General Sources

Small Group Study
Climate change and the purposes of God (by Operation Noah)


 Prayer Guides
Christian Ecology Link: Care for creation prayer guides
Praying for the Earth

Shrinking the Footprint
Christian Ecology Link
A Rocha




Energy Saving Trust
Shrinking the Footprint
Traditional buildings: adapting for a low-carbon future

Church Land

Caring for Gods acre
Cheshire Wildlife Trust    
RSPB (especially for bird box design)
The British Lichen Society     
The Woodland Trust (a good site for recording local observations and links to other useful campaigns)
Yorkshire Living Churchyard Project  


Diocese of Chester
Energy Projects Plus
Energy Saving Trust
Shrinking the Footprint
The Carbon Trust

Global Impact

Shrinking the Footprint
Climate Justice Fund
Operation Noah

Local community action

How2help - resourcing Christian community action


Journey planner
The Environmental Transport Association (includes green route planner)


Furniture re-use projects UK
Reduce Reuse Recycle
The Paper Cup Company
Tools for Self-Reliance
Waste recycling


Environment Agency   
Mersey Basin Campaign
Water Aid


Creation Time
Christian Ecology Link
Environment Sunday – the first Sunday in June (or another convenient June Sunday). 
Eco-Congregation. Module 2 (Greening Worship) and Module 6 
 Salt Sunday - The Salt industry has long been a significant part of local industry in Cheshire.
Worship and Creation - liturgical resources, hymns, prayers and service ideas


Helpful Contacts

New Churches Officer for bats
Laura Bambini has been appointed for 5 months (shared between CCB and the Bat Conservation Trust and supported by Natural England) to be a point of contact for bat related issues.  If you would like help or guidance with a bat issue, please contact her at



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