Category Archives: Green & Eco Issues

How to stop Climate Change – 2. Stand up for the Planet!

Speaking to your MP is powerful act. The only way we can reduce our use of fossil fuels is if Members of Parliament make the necessary changes in law and policy. Politicians are worried that the steps they need to take to stop climate change are going to be unpopular. They depend on the support of the people in their constituencies for their jobs in parliament. One of the most important things you can do is write or speak to your MP and tell them you want them to support the changes and legislation needed to stop climate change. Continue reading

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Why we all need to pray for COP26

A rare event happened on September 8th this year that you may have missed. The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, Pope Francis, and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, released their first ever joint statement. The statement was about COP26. The Church … Continue reading

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Recycle your crisp packets Leigh-on-Sea

Every year countless pieces of crisp packets end up in landfill sites across the UK. Leigh Road Baptist Church are working with TerraCycle® to put an end to this enormous loss of resources. The Crisp Packet Recycling Scheme allows us … Continue reading

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Leigh-on-Sea’s First Eco-Fair opened with a rallying call from Sir David Amess MP

The first-ever Eco-fair in Leigh-on-Sea took place on Saturday 19 October 2019 at the home of Leigh Road Baptist Church (LRBC), Marguerite Drive, Leigh-on-Sea SS9 1NN. The Leigh-on-Sea Eco-Fair was a joint collaboration between Leigh Road Baptist Church and Eco … Continue reading

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LRBC Green group attend The Time Is Now action

On the 27th June Sarah, Matt, Gina and Jane from Leigh Road Baptist Church (LRBC) went to take part in an action in Westminster called “The Time Is Now”. This was an event run by the Climate Coalition, a group … Continue reading

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