How Your Church Can Learn About Tackling Climate Change

First published on: 9th July 2021

The training is a crash course in climate science, carbon footprints, taking action as an individual and as a community. This course is unique in looking at carbon literacy through a faith lens; exploring faith-led motivations to act, climate justice and church-based actions. The course is valuable training for active Church groups to help direct effective, engaging and impactful climate action as a way to live faith and care for Creation.

Kate from Fazakerley Parish said “I learnt so much, in such a safe, non-judgemental setting. Sharing this experience with the others from my church has no doubt gelled us together and we can now work as a team on supporting each other and our church & parish to help tackle climate change.”

The course is accredited by the National Carbon Literacy Project and is available fully funded to Liverpool City Region residents only. 

There are three upcoming courses available:

  • Wednesday 30th June (9 am to 5 pm with breaks)
  • Monday 5th and Tuesday 7th July (1 pm to 4:30 pm both days)
  • 14th, 15th, 21st and 22nd July (7 pm to 8:30 pm each day) 


Individual dates can be offered to groups of 10 people. The course is delivered online but for groups, a blend of in-person and online can be discussed and room hire costs can be covered. If you are an interested individual but can’t make any of the dates listed here, please get in touch to register your interest in future courses.


Contact Annie Merry to book a place or to arrange to have a chat over the phone about the course:

More information, including feedback from church groups who've done the course, can be found on the Faiths4Change website.


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