The Parish of Frimley is proud to have achieved both BRONZE & SILVER Eco Church Awards and are now working towards the GOLD award. 

In addition to the efforts of the Parish, each and every one of us can also be more ecologically aware through Creation Care

reation Care

Click on the button on the right to be taken to the Creation Care website. You will be helped to examine 7 areas of your household’s life:

Worship and prayerCreation care
Community and global engagement

A questionnaire will help you understand how well you are doing and offer ideas of ways to improve. Like the parish has achieved, your household can achieve Bronze, Silver or Gold awards. When you register, if you say you are associated with St Peter’s and St Francis’ Churches, Frimley we can arrange for you to receive your certificates in church.


We can now resume recycling. The items we accept are crisp packets, biscuit and cake wrappers made of plastic film, also plastic milk bottle tops and Tassimo pods.  All items should be bagged. Please compress the wrappers and crisp packets, and squash them into a larger bag, such as a multipack bag. This makes them easier to transport.

We ask you not to leave them in church at present. Please contact Sue Ferro, in person or via the office, details on the contact office page. Sue will be able to tell you where to leave them. This link here explains the charities that benefit from your collecting.

For more hints, tips and videos on all our Eco-activities please follow the link below to the Eco Church Facebook page.

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The Season of Creation it is the period in the annual church calendar, from 1st September to 4th October, dedicated to God as Creator and Sustainer of all life.     

Letters For Creation


 Letters For Creation is a project run by Christian   Aid and The Church of England designed to engage   people with thinking about caring for creation. 

 We would love to see letters, posters, videos,   placards etc that share your voice about the importance   of looking after our planet and reducing climate change.

 Please send your contributions to Becky or Leola so   they can include them in our parish wide collection.


Have you ever spent time exploring the churchyard at St Peter's Church? 

Fancy trying out our Churchyard Treasure Hunt

Download it HERE, print it off and get exploring.

Or for those who are up for a bit more of a challenge, we have a Churchyard Quiz

Download it HERE

The Wildlife Trust have a great Garden Bird Detective activity sheet. 

You can find it HERE.

 We'd love to know what birds you see in your garden and which you've seen out and about in our churchyard.

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