We believe in a God who called the whole creation ‘very good’ – human and non-human together – and we seek to find ways of ensuring that all creation can thrive together.

We believe in a God of justice and we recognise that it is the poor who suffer first when the environment is damaged through deforestation, pollution, desertification, climate change, or the unsustainable extraction of raw materials.

We believe in a God of hope, the one through whom all creation will one day ‘be liberated from its bondage to decay’, and that The Almighty God who created and sustains His world wants all people to be actively involved in this great plan to redeem the whole of creation.

We want our church – as an organisation, as a building and as members – to work to increase our positive environmental interactions and to decrease our negative environmental impact.

If you would like to join our group of volunteers to take part in one of the current projects or just share your ideas and knowledge, please get in touch via email on eco@emmanuelcroydon.org.uk. We would love to hear from you!