Eco Church: Community Organising
St Andrew's Runs -Sustainable Saturdays
An Eco Fayre for the Community
Usually the first Saturday of the month 10am-3pm. With stall holders selling hand-crafted, eco gifts, with no plastic, plus plastic free consumables available to purchase. Normally with 'free' live music and/or storytelling. If you would like to enquire about being a stall holder please email email@example.com
St Andrew's Church is a recycling hub:
We recycle crisp packets We also recycle ink jet cartridges.
St Andrew's Church is working with Rugby Baptist Church to enable Rugby to become a Toilet Twinned Town, Emma Tiller is our town ambassador. To do this we have to raise the profile of toilet twinning in the town and also twin a certain number of toilets - everyone can help. If you twin your toilet, be sure to mention Rugby Toilet Twinning. Rugby Toilet Twinning has a Facebook Page where you can find out more about what's happening.
It is shocking to think that 2.3 billion people don't have somewhere safe to go to the toilet worldwide. This charity supports communities in the provision of toilets- a simple but hugely effective way of helping communities, reducing danger for young people and women, and reducing the spread of disease and illness.
Rugby Toilet Twinning has run a number of events to raise money. St Andrew's raised money through the 2018 Christmas Tree Festival and the recent Clothes Swap Event. Our toilet block has been twinned and also the Rectory toilet and many toilets in the homes of congregation members. Have you done yours yet?
GE Rugby raised £362.50 as part of this project and have twinned many of their toilets thanks to Hash Mistry.
The Mayor of Rugby has a twinned toilet in the Mayor's Parlour and so does the MP in his Constituency Office.
Could you twin a toilet where you work or at home? It only costs £60 and you get a certificate to hang in your toilet with the exact location of your twinned toilet.
If you use our toilets, please pop a donation in the box so that we can raise money to help people worldwide.
Who gives us crap? Recycled Toilet Paper.