Interfaith Moray's Growing Grove, dating from Interfaith Week 2015 and supported by Interfaith Scotland.
May these trees make wonderful homes for a multitude of God's creatures.
Donated by Stephen Hull
5th May 2016
Donated by William Rutherford
25th March 2016
Quakers say:- We do not own the world and its riches are not ours to dispose of at will. Show a loving consideration for all creatures, and seek to maintain the beauty and variety of the world. Work to ensure that our increasing power over nature is used responsibly, with reverence for life. Rejoice in the splendour of God’s continuing creation.
Donated by Forres Quaker Meeting
17th February 2016
Ingratitude for helpful neighbour and good samaritan friends
Donated by Jean
28th January 2016
What a wonderful world we live in, what a beautiful country Scotland is, and I want to add to the Interfaith Moray grove of trees as it is such a lovely expression of our care for our world.
Donated by Chloe Greenwood
7th January 2016
We celebrate life's Journey together, although we arrive from different directions
Donated by Barry Clarke , (Moray Interfaith Group )
20th December 2015
for our dearest mum Peggy Annand who always thought of us first. 1917 to 2015.
Donated by Marie Annand
17th December 2015
This first donation starts our grove. Want to add your own tree(s) and grow with Interfaith Moray?
Donated by Interfaith Moray - Claralynn Nunamaker
30th November 2015
Interfaith Moray's Growing Grove dates from Interfaith Week in 2015, when we decided it would be a lovely idea to have faith communities as well as individuals contribute trees to the grove. The grove serves as a symbol of caring for our environment together, the power of collaborating with each other, thinking about the (positive) long-term impacts of the choices we make today, and providing a tangible, visible example of how people of any faith or none can work together in a positive way. We thank all the individuals and faith communities for contributions to the grove. You can add to the grove at any time, with as a little as one tree. We invite you to grow with us!
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