Green at Heart

Green at Heart was a June weekend set aside by St Luke's (an Eco-Congregation for the last several years) to think about how we look after God's Creation, celebrate all it gives us and work out how not to squander it.

Saturday saw the church, hall and grounds given over to an array of displays, demonstrations and stalls packed with ideas for conserving resources, re-using scrap materials, looking after wildlife (and especially bees), encouraging cycling, growing vegetables, making and mending your own things, and so on...

Saturday night saw a concert, "All Creation Sings", at which St Luke's own choir and some of its dazzling solo talent took a tuneful and warm tour of the wonders of God's world and his gifts to us of all the earth has to offer.

Peter Bayliss' photographs give a flavour of a busy and memorable weekend:

Baking bonanza Bees are Beautiful
Kitchen conference Lee's homes for creepy-crawlies
Solo cello from Chris Colourful choir and pertinent props


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