Nick

Are you passionate about God’s earth, involved with Eco Church, or a landowner concerned about faith and the environment? In an invitation to take the CRES course, this was the question posed by A Rocha. I fitted all three criteria and signed up. I am no academic – it had been fifty years since I sat my last exam – so I was apprehensive. I need not have worried. I cannot write in theological language …

Hannah

I can’t praise the CRES course highly enough. I have always had a passion to care for the environment and felt this should be a crucial part of my lifestyle as a follower of Jesus. I have a BSc in Environmental Sciences and I have worked in the environment and international development sectors for many years. I currently work at University of East Anglia managing research projects addressing the Sustainable Development Goals in developing countries. …

Joyce

I am Priest-in-Charge of a parish in the Diocese of Canterbury.  I am also a doctoral research student (Professional Doctorate of Practical Theology) at Anglia Ruskin University/Cambridge Theological Federation.  I am currently researching Theological Action Research as a possible way of practically engaging church communities in the matters of climate change and the Anthropocene.  The CRES course with its ample list of resources accompanying each course, has provided me with a wealth of knowledge in …

Karen

I first became aware of A Rocha through attending the once annual services held at the WWT Martin Mere, at their North West Birdwatching Festival. I became more involved after visiting Cruzinha, A Rocha Portugal, and through the influence of people at my Church. I decided to embark on the CRES certificate course, to give me the structure to explore some of the theology relating to creation care, as it seemed to me that some …