20 April 2015 a post by Bruce Stanley. 3 comments.

Essex Forest Church

We seek to find the presence of God in the open air and in nature, and to connect with the Divine Being who is present in creation. We seek to foster a love of creation, a love which will lead us to care for it. We look for reconciliation between nature and human beings, and within human relationships. More ...

18 February 2015 a post by Dan Papworth. 2 comments.

Daily Reflections for Nature Connection

There are some lovely moments in the Gospels in which Jesus, sitting or walking with his disciples, calls their attention to something. There is a sense that the disciples inhabit two worlds but are perhaps aware only of one until he says to them “Do you see this?” and, looking more closely, something deeper is revealed. Approaching nature in our own time we too find that we occupy two worlds, those of science and spirituality, and most of us are more familiar with the first. This book is an attempt to bring these two worlds into closer companionship. More ...

06 February 2015 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

Isle of Wight Forest Church

For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature. (Romans 1:20). We believe in getting to know the heart of the Creator by looking at his Creation. More ...

06 February 2015 a post by Bruce Stanley. 6 comments.

Cheltenham Forest Church

We seek to learn how to meet with Christ in nature and the Bible. We desire to bring healing and wholeness to the relationship between humans and other species, the poorest communities of the world, and future generations. This includes reconciliation between groups that have been in conflict, such as Christians and Pagans, and the different denominational groupings in the Church. More ...

27 October 2014 a post by Bruce Stanley. 2 comments.

Wharfedale Forest Church

"Creating the space to find that we have already been found by God.." Many of us find this difficult. But we recognize the connection between the physical and the spiritual. As we play together, we open ourselves up to allow God to move and transform us. More ...

27 October 2014 a post by Bruce Stanley. 2 comments.

Wilcume Forest Church

Wilcumestow was the Saxon name for Walthamstow, meaning place of welcome. We seek to be a welcoming community for all who feel close to God when outside. More ...

27 August 2014 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

Bradford SoulSpace Forest Church

Bradford SoulSpace Forest Church, a part of Bradford SoulSpace, a "Fresh Expression" of church, aiming to journey together within the Christ tradition. More ...

01 August 2014 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

Earthed: Christian Perspectives on Nature Connection

This substantial collection of essays is a resource for anyone practically exploring the relationship between spirituality and nature connection, written by authors from the Christ Tradition who’ve taken literally Jesus’ words, ‘I am sending you out ...’ More ...

19 May 2014 a post by Annie Heppenstall. 4 comments.

Urban Springtime and the element of Air

This is the third in a series of articles on exploring earth-centred spirituality in an urban context. I have been reflecting on the seasons and their frequently associated elements: autumn and water, winter and earth, now spring and air. The four traditional elements are associated in this way, through ascribing them to the four quarters of a circle, divided like a compass by the north, south, east and west lines. More ...

28 April 2014 a post by Steve Hollinghurst. 1 comments.

St Albans Forest Church

We are an 'Urban Forest Church' as we meet in the centre of St Albans in the church yard of St Peter's Church. That said, it is a large and leafy space with a wild area, growing apple orchard and other things that make it a natural oasis in the city. More ...

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#Forestchurch this weekend All Hallows celebration. @chelmsdio pic.twitter.com/Ift9HhCeZb

Cheltenham #forestchurch gathering today,making woodland faces.Many thx to @WoodlandTrust #naturedetectives for idea pic.twitter.com/SW3UKPpo8K
31 Oct

Merseyside Forest Church gathering scheduled for tonight cancelled - watch this space for next month's event: ow.ly/UpeMd
11 Nov