Anglican Communion Environmental Network

A Network for those who care for God’s creation

Anglicans and Episcopalians worldwide have long been concerned with environmental issues. From extreme weather to food shortages all of us are affected. Guided by the fifth Mark of Mission members of the Anglican Communion Environment Network strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the earth.

Launch of Communion Forest

The Communion Forest is a global initiative comprising local activities of forest protection, tree growing and eco-system restoration undertaken by provinces, dioceses and individual churches across the Anglican Communion to safeguard creation.

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The Lambeth Call on the Environment and Sustainable Development

The Lambeth Call on the Environment and Sustainable Development was shared by the bishops of the Lambeth Conference in 2022. It outlines some bold commitments in tackling environmental crises, including just financing, community resilience building, advocacy, biodiversity restoration and promoting the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Communion Forest is also a big feature in the Lambeth Call. Anglicans around the world are invited to take the Lambeth Call forward in their setting. Find out how you can add your voice to the call. 

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Season of Creation 2023

Season of Creation takes place from 1 September – 4 October and for 2022, the theme of the season is ‘Let Justice and Peace flow like  a river’

Find out more and download the Season of Creation Celebration Guide for ideas on how to get involved.

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Materials from around the Communion: 

Scottish Eco – Congregations 

Preaching notes on the Revised Common Lectionary

Anglican Church of Southern Africa 
Season of Creation 2023

Season of Creation - A Celebration Guide for Episcopal Parishes

Season of Creation - Christian Aid Sunday School Resource

Anglican Australian Season of Creation Prayers 

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“Prophetic Indigenous Voices on the Planetary Crisis”

The Anglican Indigenous Network and Anglican Communion Environmental Network prepared a series of four weekly webinars, bringing perspectives from Indigenous communities across the Communion on the planetary environmental emergency. Contributions came  from Aotearoa and Polynesia, Amazonia, Africa) and the Arctic .

Described as “a lament in the present and a vision for living well”, the series of 45 minute videos  look at both the current reality facing communities and draw on Indigenous wisdom for shaping a prophetic vision of a better future.



Aotearoa and Polynesia


Preaching for God’s World

Weekly sermon notes are prepared based on the Revised Common Lectionary, by authors from around the world. You can find them on this link or sign up to have them delivered directly into your email box.

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Anglicans at COP26

The Anglican Communion had a delegation attending the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland in 2021. Here you will find all the information you will need to keep you updated on what is happening, including an introduction to who will be there, policy documents and briefings, press releases, videos, and resources.

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Juneteenth Statement on Environmental Racism

  • The Anglican Communion Environmental Network has issued a statement on environmental racism which has attracted signatures from bishops and archbishops all around the Anglican Communion.

    You can read the statement here in English.

  • Le Réseau environnemental de la Communion anglicane a publié une déclaration sur le racisme environnemental qui a attiré des signatures d'évêques et d'archevêques tout autour de la Communion anglicane.

    Vous pouvez lire la déclaration ici en français.

  • La Red Ambiental de la Comunión Anglicana ha emitido una declaración sobre racismo ambiental que ha atraído firmas de obispos y arzobispos de toda la Comunión Anglicana.

    Puede leer la declaración aquí en español.

  • A Rede Ambiental da Comunhão Anglicana emitiu uma declaração sobre o racismo ambiental que atraiu assinaturas de bispos e arcebispos de toda a Comunhão Anglicana.

    Você pode ler a declaração aqui em português.


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