Caring for Creation

The Anglican Church Freiburg has a heart for the care of God’s creation.

Some of our members have lived eco-friendly for decades and their lifestyle, gentle nudging and wise guidance is inspiring more and more of us to follow along on this journey. We recongnise that our daily habits and decisions are as much expression of our love for God, the Creator, as our worship within a church building.

Please browse below for resources and inspiration.

watercolour painting of the earth as seen from space

You made the heavens,
even the highest heavens, and all their starry host,
the earth and all that is on it,
the seas and all that is in them.
You give life to everything,
and the multitudes of heaven worship you.”

Nehemiah 9:6

General Synod sets 2030 Net Zero carbon target

The Church of England’s General Synod in February 2020 set new targets for all parts of the church to work to become carbon ‘net zero’ by 2030.

Members voted for all parts of the Church of England to take action and ramp-up efforts to reduce emissions, and called for urgent steps to examine requirements to reach the new target, and draw up an action plan.

Read more about it, and the full wording of the motion, here


Resources & Links

  • SARX – A charity for empowering Christians to champion the cause of animals and live peacefully with all God’s creatures

Lent & Caring for Creation

Reduce Plastic Challenge
Elizabeth Bussmann-Morton, the Environment Officer for the church of England Diocese in Europe invites us to take part in this challenge to give up single-use plastics-to reduce the actions which damage God’s Creation.
Download the action sheet here

40 Days with God’s Creatures
Available via a free and easy-to-use app, the 40 Days With God’s Creatures Lent guide offers you the chance to reflect theologically and creatively about animals and animal issues. This interactive, daily guide will take you on an explorative journey, including the use of biblical and theological readings, art, videos, music, photography and poetry.
Click here to find out more

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