To plant is to hope
To restore is to heal
To protect is to love
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 Anglican Communion: Working together
The Communion Forest: Practical, symbolic and an act of hope
- Safeguarding the integrity of creation, and/or sustaining and renewing the life of the earth
- Helping with afforestation and preserving biodiversity, providing habitats, protecting ecosystems and removing some carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
A symbol of:
- Our commitment to God’s creation
- Our commitment to the Anglican Marks of Mission
Stories from the Communion Forest
Communion Forest supporters
I encourage you to join in this exciting initiative, whether by protecting a precious environment, restoring a degraded one or planting something new. All these activities are spiritual acts too.
The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby ● Archbishop of Canterbury
May we go hand in hand in living out the Fifth Mark of Mission that calls us to fight to safeguard the integrity of creation and to sustain and renew life on Earth.