Songs for Earth: Diocesan Service and Childrens’ Climate March : 17 Nov
Many people are wondering what exactly they can do themselves, to help the climate get in better shape. If that sounds familiar, why not come along to this service that celebrates the gift of Creation and the actions of many across the whole Diocese of Truro.
Luci Isaacson, Diocesan Environment Officer, said, “Cornwall Federation of WIs (CFWI) was represented on the original steering group for the Cathedral’s Footsteps to Copenhagen Project that led to the Ten Pledges, and since then I have been collaborating with them regularly in giving talks and promoting the pledges. For this service Pippa from CFWI, and I have been working with Angela Renshaw from the Cornwall Music Education Hub to involve schools choirs and also the Cornwall County Youth Choir, in celebrating the beauty of our planet during our ‘Songs for Earth’ climate service.
This event will help us all galvanise passion into much needed action; to reduce our carbon emissions and enjoy learning what we can all do.”