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How ‘green’ is bamboo?

How ‘green’ is bamboo?

Are we helping to save the planet by using more bamboo in our everyday lives? Bamboo seems to have captured...

Remembrance Sunday Services

Remembrance Sunday Services

Remembrance Sunday, 11th November Marking 100 years since WW1 ended, we have a quieter service at St Luke’s Maidstone at...

Bat Facts

Bat Facts

I would like to bust a few of the common myths about bats and provide some bat facts… Bats are...

Being Visible – 60 days of action

Being Visible – 60 days of action

St. Luke’s Maidstone is engaging in 60 Days of Action entitled “Being Visible”, with the aim of each member growing...

Have you ever been gleaning?

Have you ever been gleaning?

World Overshoot Day (the date by which humans have used up our annual share of the world’s resources) was 1st...

Eco Church Bronze Award

Eco Church Bronze Award

We’re really grateful to our Environmental Officers, Alison Riggs and Clare Taylor, for their work on keeping us as ‘green’...

Why care for the environment?

Why care for the environment?

Extreme weather events Some of us, and our gardens, are drooping in the current heat & drought! Others struggled in...

The Life of Love

The Life of Love

1 John 4 If I say the word “Love” what do you think of? There are lots of songs about...

Summer Wildlife Activities – 2018

Summer Wildlife Activities – 2018

Nature is good for us! Research has shown being in or even just viewing scenes of nature, reduces anger, fear...

Who is the rebel?

Who is the rebel?

Or, perhaps, “Who are the rebels?” Reading Luke 10: 38-42 – Mary & Martha Introduction 17th June is not a...

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