Upcoming Events:                   

God of Sea and Sky: Environment and Faith Conference

26th and 27th of July 2014

St Luke’s Anglican Church

20 Monument Street, Mosman Park

This exciting opportunity to talk about how our Christian faith influences our relationship to God’s creation and all the world’s creatures is simply not to be missed.

The keynote speaker is the Rev. Dr. Jason John from NSW, part time minister of the Sawtell Uniting Church, and part time minister for Uniting Earth.  Jason has completed a PHD on evolution, ecology and theology and will be speaking on a variety of topics around Eco-Theology and how churches can engage with the environmental movement and evolutionary science.
The conference will also include an exciting variety of workshops by scientists, eco-theologians, activitists, musicians, practical church greening people and more. There will be craft, woodworking, ethical food, green liturgy and outside worship, sustainability, Godly Play, permaculture, worms and waste workshops, an ethical fashion show and an opportunity to meet a live critically endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo. Lots of fun for all ages.
Tickets are $85 for adults, $50 concession, and $25 for children under 12. You can purchase them at

For more information see


Jessica is keen to present a Five Leaf Eco-Award at the conference, so if you think your church has what it takes to win an award, please email fiveleafecoawards (at) gmail dot com dot au today!


There are also some competitions running in conjunction with the conference. Email Jessica to find out how your primary child’s artwork or teenager’s meme or blog post on environment and faith can enter.


Five Leaf Eco-Awards Presentation Ceremony

Come and see the presentation of the first ever environmental awards for churches in Western Australia!

v  Hear about how W.A. churches have been greening their buildings, worship, congregations, outreach and community leadership.

v  Celebrate with churches from multiple traditions as they join others all over Australia in being recognised for their dedication to caring for God’s creation and our environment.

v  Learn more about the Five Leaf Eco-Awards program and how your church can get involved.

When: Saturday 12th of May, 2012 at 4:00pm for a 4:30pm start

Where: St Luke’s Anglican Parish, Mosman Park, Perth

St Luke’s is located at 20 Monument Street. The church is an easy walk from Mosman Park Train Station on the Fremantle Train Line. If you are driving, please let Jessica know when you RSVP in case it is possible to arrange a car pool from your area.

RSVP by emailing Jessica Morthorpe

The Five Leaf Eco-Awards are an ecumenical environmental change program specifically designed for churches. The awards assist, inspire and reward churches for taking environmental action and becoming more sustainable in response to God’s call to care for creation.

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