Aughrim church takes a lead on climate action

Last Saturday, a Church of Ireland parish launched an exciting new initiative to tackle the crisis of climate change.  As part of the bicentenary celebrations of Holy Trinity Church, plans were announced for a new Climate Action Woodland, to be developed on a picturesque site in the historic village of Aughrim. 

The very first tree of the new Climate Action Woodland was planted in memory of the late Michael Hyde, by members of his family.  It was part of an inter–church ceremony led by the bishop of Limerick and Killaloe, the Right Reverend Kenneth Kearon, alongside Fr Gerard Geraghty,…

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