A wormery, a woodturner and organic wines were among the stalls at a Community Green Fair that brought some 300 people to one of our churches on Saturday.
- Bishop Arun
- Bishop Nick
- Bishop Smitha
- Bishop Toby
- Bishop Tony
- Children and Young People
- Church Buildings
- Church Growth
- Lay Training
- Living in Love and Faith
- Ministry & Mission
- Mothers Union
- Overseas links
- Saving creation
News and Communications
How we can care for and use our churchyards and green spaces effectively is the topic of an upcoming one day conference hosted by the Diocese of Leeds and Ecclesiastical.
How to compose the perfect compost, an expert talk on sustainable living and a children’s craft session based around St Francis of Assisi are all parts of a new Green Fair at one of our churches next month.
Brave folk in Blubberhouses who worship outdoors throughout August were blessed with beautiful weather on Sunday.
One of our Ripon churches has been celebrating community and the environment with their Community Garden.
One of our Bradford churches is helping their area be greener with their new eco garden.
Wakefield Cathedral is celebrating green success, as they recently achieved their Bronze Eco Church Award.
Thirteen cyclists took part in a day of cycling on Friday, June 9, with two riders heading from Ripon Cathedral to Bradford, ten from Bradford Cathedral to Wakefield, and one covering the entire journey!
Parishes across the diocese are joining in with this year’s Churches Count on Nature, an annual “wildlife census” for the nation’s churchyards.
People in Brownhill recently had the chance to learn more about caring for God’s creation, thanks to a Green Aware morning.