Celebrating a Milestone

Holy Trinity Church Killiney Receives Eco Congregational Award

Holy Trinity Church Eco Congregational Award
back row: Mark Heaton Green Team, Cllr Jim Gildea, Rev Gary Hastings, Marianne Fegan Green Team, Cormac Devlin TD
front row: Joan Millar Green Team, Minister Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, Caroline Elliott Kingston Green Team

The Holy Trinity Community are delighted to announce that their ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship has led to the attainment of the Eco Congregational Award. This accomplishment represents the culmination of dedicated efforts and unwavering commitment from the Green Team, reflecting the core values of our community.

The journey towards this esteemed award has been marked by rigorous assessments in various domains, including Liturgical, Practical, Community, and Global areas. Each step of this process, from the initial Awareness and Endeavour certificates to the ultimate Eco Congregational Award, signifies the collective determination to make a positive impact on our environment.

Climate Change and Biodiversity Advocacy

This award is not just a testament to the Holy Trinity Community‚Äôs dedication; it’s a beacon of hope and a call to action. By striving to combat climate change and encouraging biodiversity, they  are contributing to a more sustainable and resilient future for our community and the world.