Environment and Climate Change Advocates (ECCA)
List of Registered Eco Churches.
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Camelford - Tresparrett Methodist Church - Eco Church
Gunnislake - Tamar Valley Methodist Church - Eco Church
Hayle - Hayle Methodist Church - Eco Church
Helston - Central Methodist Church - Achieved Bronze Award
Helston - Degibna Prayer Chapel- Achieved Bronze Award
Launceston - Trebullet Methodist Church - Achieved Bronze Award
Par - Saint Mary's Methodist Church - Eco Church
Polzeath - Tubestation - Eco Church
St Austell - Mount Charles Methodist Church - Achieved Bronze Award
St Austell - St John's Methodist Church - Eco Church
Truro - Truro Methodist Church - Achieved Bronze Award
Terms of reference
The ECC Advocate should be keen on climate issues and need not be a member of the relevant Council.
District ECC Advocate to work with Circuit ECC Advocates.
Circuit ECC Advocate to work with the ECC Advocate of each Church within the Circuit.
Church ECC Advocate to work within their own Church.
We see the key duties of the ECC Advocate as:-
Acting as an encourager to promote positive actions throughout the District/Circuit/Church.
Keeping Circuits and Churches abreast of new initiatives.
Answering queries from Churches and Circuits as they arise
Making recommendations to the Church/Circuit/District as to how positive actions may be implemented.
Providing brief feedback on progress to relevant meeting and support the preparation of an annual report to the Spring Synod.
Anything else considered relevant.
These terms of reference for Environment and Climate Change Advocates (ECCA) are based on:- https://www.methodist.org.uk/media/3250/co2-carbon-reduction-advocate-0611.pdf