We believe that God’s creation is precious and that Christians have a responsibility to be stewards of our planet.
Alongside our Terracycle recycling hub, Holy Trinity is also part of the Eco-Church scheme run by A Rocha UK.
Signed up participants to the Eco Church scheme complete the unique online Eco Survey about how they are caring for God’s earth in different areas of their life and work. The answers a church provides will collect points towards an Eco Church Award – the more a church does, the more points it is awarded!
The survey is based around five key areas of church life:
- Worship and teaching
- Management of church buildings
- Management of church land
- Community and global engagement
In June 2022 Holy Trinity was awarded the bronze Eco-Church award which recognises our work towards being more sustainable and environmentally friendly as a church.
For more information about the Eco Church scheme click here
A key part of our commitment to care for God’s creation has been our Wild Garden project. Opened in July 2022, the Wild Garden is a haven for insects and wildlife.
The Wild Garden contains many different species of wildflowers alongside bee friendly plants/flowers such as Hidcote Lavender and perennials including Verbena and Echinacea.
We really hope you can come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this space.