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 …

Ji Young

I started the CRES course along with my doctoral program in climate change. The CRES course inspired and challenged me to think about how to integrate my knowledge with faith and real life. Particularly, writing a work diary was very helpful to reflect upon the environment and my daily life practice. Also working on a study paper certainly expanded the horizon of my knowledge and thought. The critical feedback from my CRES supervising tutors was …

Hannah

I am currently an ordinand in the Church of England and pursuing a PhD in Theology and Environment at the University of Durham. The CRES diploma was a fantastic opportunity to conduct independent research on Christianity and Ecology within a structured and supportive programme. I was paired up with an excellent supervisor who was able to offer expert guidance on my area of interest, helping me shape my initial research questions and offering feedback during write-up. …