The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it,
    the world, and all who live in it (Psalm 24:1)

At Holy Trinity Frogmore one way we are seeking to love God is by caring for God’s creation, including other people.

This page contains resources to help us improve the sustainability of our organised church activities as well as the rest of our lives. 


Photo taken by Сергій Мірошник, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Before you start

A good place to start is to work out the places in your life with the biggest negative environmental impact, using this calculator created by Christians [click here] and replace some of these with positive alternatives!


Do you live near anyone else from church?

Do you go to a service, growth group, young people’s group or other church activity at the same time as them?

Do you or they have space in the car for each other?

Car-sharing for a six-mile round trip to and from church every week saves over 100 kg CO2 per year… also it is quality time spent with brothers and sisters in Christ!

“And the believers were together and had everything in common” (Acts 2:44-46)


Here are some songs to help you worship the Lord and thank him for his wonderful creation:


            Creator God

            So will I

            Creation sings

Have you got a song about God’s glory in creation that you like? Let us know, and help encourage your brothers and sisters in Christ!


Encouraging biodiversity

If you have a garden, see here for which plants are especially good for attracting pollinators.

Wonderful hope of jesus

Here is a sermon preached by our Vicar Nick Weir on how the Christian gospel is the answer to our environmental problems (talk starts at 09:30)

Further Reading

A Rocha is a fantastic organisation helping Christians care for God’s earth; their website contains many resources.

For a short article on how care for the environment fits into the bigger picture of God’s work on earth, click here

For engaging with the topic of climate change as a Christian, see these two articles [1] [2] written for both a Christian and non-Christian audience.

For inspirational Evangelical Christians who work in environmental issues, see here