Scotland Green Living — Churches for environmental awareness

Animals and biodiversity is important on planet Earth

Churches in Scotland and the United Kingdom as centres for environmental awareness could help to preserve biodiversity on planet Earth

A knitted blanket for African families and children
Ministers that preach God, the work of the Lord and divinity should also teach environmental responsibility and respect for fellow humanity. Planet Earth is a community of people who share a common desire to live with dignity, peace and harmony. Almost everyone wants to live, values life and wants to gain worthwhile, enriching experiences throughout life. Equally, working and when people can't work volunteering can give people meaningful activities to do in their life.
If God exists, destroying the environment is likely an act of betrayal in the eyes of the Lord. So for the love of God people the world over should recycle, walk, go on bikes and communicate about issues involving the natural world and biodiversity loss. Also, people should love thy neighbour and treat everyone as they themselves would like to be treated. This is how equality and human dignity can be achieved.
People should embrace Facebook as well as the World Wide Web, and take photos and videos of themselves, their families and friends enjoying the natural world.

The Serpent in the garden (from a Children's bible in colour)

The most cunning of the beasts which the Lord had made is the serpent, and the serpent said to the woman: "Did God forbid you to eat the fruit of the trees of the garden?"
The woman said: "We may eat the fruit of the trees of the garden, except the tree which is in the middle of the garden."
"Of this God said, You shall not eat of it nor touch it, lest you die." "You will not die," said the serpent. "God knows that the day you eat of the fruit your eyes shall be opened and you will be like gods, knowing good from evil." The woman looked at the tree and saw that it was pleasant to the eye and good for food. She felt it was to be desired because it would make one wise. So she picked some of the fruit and ate it, and she gave some also to her husband who was with her, and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they knew that they were naked. So they sewed fig leaves together to cover themselves. In the cool of the day the Lord walked in the garden. The man and woman heard the voice of the Lord and hid themselves from his presence, among the trees of the garden.
The Lord God called to man saying: "Where are you?" "I have heard your voice in the garden," said man. "I was afraid, because I was naked, and I hid myself."
The moral of this story is that animals are wise. Fruit is the best thing to eat for everyone and trees give us shelter and protect us from harm. We need to care for the environment.

Churches in Aberdeen

Aberdeen Chinese Christian Church
Aberdeen Church of Christ
Aberdeen Methodist Church
Aberdeen South Churches of Scotland
Aberdeen St Columbas Church of Scotland
Aberdeen Synagogue and Jewish Community
Aberdeen Unitarian Church
Bon Accord Free Church, Aberdeen
Bridge of Don Baptist Church
Bucksburn Stoneywood Parish Church of Scotland
The Cathedral Church of St Machar
Cragiebuckler Church
Crown Terrace Baptist Church — a Christian community in the city centre
Cults Parish Church
Danestone Congrational Church
Deeside Christian Fellowship Church
Dee Street — Dee Street Church is a sanctuary and place for anyone interested in spirituality or in need of healing
The Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney
Diamonds Scotland — Bringing young women from Scotland together for quarterly youth events, sharing the gospel in a relevant, relational and young person centred way
The Fathers House
Ferryhill Parish Church
Fountain of Love Church
Gilcomston Church
Grace Baptist Church
Hebron Evangelical Church, Aberdeen
High Hilton Church
Hillview Community Church
The Junction Church
Kings Community Church
Kingswells Church
Mastrick Church
Midstocket Parish Church
Mannofield Parish Church
Newhills Church
Old Machar Church
Peterculter Parish Church
The Presbytery of Aberdeen and Shetland — Church of Scotland
Queen's Cross Church
Ruthrieston West Church
Seaton Community Church
Sheddocksley Baptist Church Aberdeen
St Andrew's Cathedral
St Clement's Church
St Devenick's Church
Stirling Vineyard
Stockethill Church of Scotland
St Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Aberdeen
Saint George's Tillydrone Church is the Parish Church for Tillydrone
St James's Episcopal Church, Aberdeen
St John The Evangelist Scottish Episcopal Church Aberdeen
St John's Church: Longside
St Margaret of Scotland, Gallowgate, Aberdeen
St Mark's Church of Scotland
St Ninian's Church
Rubislaw Parish Church
St Stephen's Parish Church, Aberdeen
Summerhill Parish Church
Woodside Parish Church
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Churches near Aberdeen

Skene Parish Church of Scotland
Trinity Church, Westhill
Westhill Community Church
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