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At St Paul's we want to live in a way that cares for God's creation


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Climate Sunday Links


Welcome to Creation Care | Creation Care
The Creation Care scheme aims to encourage households to make changes to care for God’s earth.
Wherever households are on their creation care journey, we want to provide ideas for their next steps, and recognise the progress they’ve made.

Declaration | The Time Is Now
Letter to the Prime Minister calling for action on Climate Change.  Can be signed by individuals, business or organisation, or community group

Jason Garrett's PowerPoint Slides

Your Carbon Footprint

Ways to calculate your carbon footprint and reduce it and offset whatever remains:

Carbon Footprint Calculator

Your Footprint Matters | WWF

Climate Stewards


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Eco Church is A Rocha UK’s award scheme for churches in England and Wales who want to demonstrate that the gospel is good news for God’s earth.

St Paul's EcoChurch Group has filled out the online survey which is designed to equip St Paul's to express our care for God’s world in our worship and teaching; in how we look after our buildings and land; in how we engage with our local community and in global campaigns, and in the personal lifestyles of the St Paul's congregation.

The actions taken have enabled us to receive the prestigious Eco Church Bronze Award which is displayed in the church entrance. St Paul's is keen to progress on to receive a Silver award in due course.

EcoChurch : Arocha UK's vision is for churches of all denominations to care for creation as an integral part of loving their neighbours and following God faithfully.

Do help St Paul's bring that vision to reality by checking out Eco Church and making adjustments to how you care for St Paul's, your home and your local community.

To stay in the loop with all things Eco at St Paul's why not join the
Eco Church @ St Paul's Leamington Facebook Group

It's a forum for sharing ideas about living in a way to better care for God's creation and sharing information about what we are doing as a church to incorporate creation care into our discipleship and witness.


For more information about the EcoChurch group please contact

John McKellar // Operations Manager
T: 01926 427149