Eco Friendly

An Eco Friendly Church

We are looking at ways to benefit our community and our world through taking care of God’s good creation. 

We will have a teaching series in church later on this year, but in the meantime we’ve got some exciting things planned

Mark the launch of our new Green team this September by building an endangered species sculpture over summer, then add it to our display in September.

Sculpture Display 13 -19th September

How to take part:

 Over Summer, research and endangered animal and find out why its dying out.

  1. Create a model or collage of an endangered animal, using rubbish we cannot recycle! Use anything you are throwing away which cannot go in our blue-top bins or be recycled at the tip. (see ideas below)
  2. Label your creation with the name of the species; why it is endangered and your name.
  3. Photograph your model and send the pics to ecocommunityww21@gmail.com – your entries will be displayed here 
  4. We’ll get in touch with details of how to display your art at St Pauls Church Sarisbury and St Johns Church Locks Heath 13th – 19th Sept.

 Look our for our Eco sermon series and prayer videos during September too.

St Pauls, Sarisbury Green are organising a workshop on afternoon of August 17th in the churchyard from 1pm to 5pm.
Open to all ages.
Bring your non recyclable rubbish and create an endangered animal for the first half of the afternoon, followed by a nature trail.
Bring a picnic and refreshments to finish the day off together.
There’s no charge but please register by email so they know how many are coming :
ecocommunityww21@gmail.com