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On the way to economic and ecological justice - ‘To give you a future with hope’ (Jer 29:11),’

12th Assembly of ECEN, Katowice (Poland), 6 – 10 October 2018 Climate change has become one of the defining challenges of the early decades of 21st century. We are much more aware than any time before of its unprecedented speed, as well as far reaching impacts. Paris climate agreement, as well as efforts of the UN to pursue Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are increasingly important. European Union and governments of the European states play....

10th Assembly: Energy and Climate Change - the Churches' Role and Voice'

20 March 2017
Letter to Church leaders and the Churches of Europe The Churches and faith communities of Europe have a role and a voice in responding to...

Creation is not for sale, seminar report

20 March 2017
‘Liberated by God’s Grace’ is the theme of the celebration of the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation. If salvation is not for sale, then neither...

Prepare for the World Water Day 2017

5 March 2017
World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis. Today, there are over 663 million people living...

Martyn Goss: Ash Wednesday greetings!

1 March 2017
Probably one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves is ‘who we think we really are’ . Our self-identity is an issue that...

Seven Weeks for Water

28 February 2017
The Seven Weeks for Water in 2017 (1 March - 16 April) will take us on a pilgrimage of water justice in Africa.