No Mow May


 how to be ecologically friendly by doing nothing

The results are indisputable: changing the way we mow can result in a tenfold increase in the amount of nectar available to bees and other pollinators and help offset the 97% loss of meadowgrass in the last 70 years. There are plenary of websites with more guidance.

A Rocha Webinars  

April 2022


April 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

An introduction to Eco Church and getting started

This webinar will tell you everything you need to know to get started. Come along if you’ve heard of Eco Church but haven’t started yet, and want to know a little more before you take the plunge. The webinar will answer question like: “What is Eco Church? Why take part? How does the award scheme work? What does it cost? Where should we start?” it will be filled with practical examples of churches around the country who have made changes, using Eco Church as a framework.

April 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Gaining momentum and working towards an award

This webinar is aimed at people in churches who have registered for Eco Church and taken their first steps, but need a little help to get things going and work towards their Bronze award. The webinar will cover typical barriers, and give you tips on how to get around them and maintain your momentum. The webinar will contain practical examples of churches who have got to Bronze and how they got there.

April 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Eco Church and Net Zero Carbon 

This final webinar in our series looks at the links between Eco Church and Net Zero Carbon; how they are different and how they inter-connect. It will focus mainly on the ‘Buildings’ section of the Eco Church survey, since it is heating and lighting a church building which creates most of a church’s carbon footprint. The webinar will explain about free carbon footprinting tools available to churches.


If you wish to partake, you will need to register. Please go to the A Rocha web site

These three events are being hosted by the Church of England which is running a very similar EcoChurch scheme to the Methodist version.

Eco Church is an ecumenical programme so they are open to all churches to attend.

Helen Stephens, the speaker, is the Church Relations Manager at A Rocha UK. She absolutely central to the running of the Eco Church programme across the country. Helen has supported thousands of churches from different denominations to get started in their Eco Church journey, and has a wealth of practical advice to offer.

Forest Church Event  

3pm 15th May 2022

Meet in the nursery at Tregoniggie Woodland: A chance to walk and talk, pause and pray.