Turning over tables

It is Holy Week – the days leading up to the high point of the Christian year: the death and resurrection of Jesus. This is a week of high drama, as Jesus enters the holy city of Jerusalem and faces off with the powers and authorities – the corrupt religious leaders, the oppressing rule ofContinue reading “Turning over tables”

Six

The social media algorithms have clearly got me pegged, because last week this article from Positive.News came up in my newsfeed: “Six lifestyle changes that could help avert the climate crisis“. I’m a sucker for a list, and always on the look out for some positive news to balance the stream of reasons to beContinue reading “Six”

Poetry from child #1

[PROUD PARENT ALERT} Hot off the press today I want to share a poem that child #1 wrote at school a couple of months ago: The Environment and I. Written as part of a school project, her poem has been included in an anthology of poems from young writers called This is Me. Like allContinue reading “Poetry from child #1”

Prayers for the Climate and Ecological Emergency

Over the past few months I have been encouraged, challenged, inspired and refreshed by a series of prayers written by Rev. Jon Swales – Prayers for the Climate and Ecological Emergency. I first met Jon a few years ago. I spent a few days with him as part of a training placement I did, whichContinue reading “Prayers for the Climate and Ecological Emergency”