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The Geoh Connection

God's Earth Our Home

Geoh is a meeting of environmental novices seeking to learn how to care more for God's Earth.
The group meet on the first Sunday of the month to discover and reflect on what it means to care for God's Earth which is our home. To assist us we are using material prepared by the Dunedin Diocese. Topics we have coming up include: Giving the Earth a rest - using resources sustainably; Distribution of resources - the role of social justice; Being wealthy - moving beyond material measures.


KAITIAKI Guardianship or Stewardship of the earth’s resources.


Our church, Pauatahanui Anglicans, has a concern to demonstrate a holistic view of life which includes the environment. As Christians we believe we have a responsibility to care for the Earth which we regard as a God given home for all life. We want to leave a legacy which will sustain life for future generations.


We meet on the second Sunday of the month at 4pm to 5.30pm in the Parish Centre.


Watch what we do


An overview of our GEOH group.

We started off with a study prepared by the Dunedin Diocese Social Justice Group. - God's Earth Our Home. We have been unable to find a  stock of the books. Should you wish to use the study yourself here is  a pdf copy


Earth's Ten Commandments


The Whole Parish Worshipped Together

at St Andrew's on 29 September at 9.30am 

Dr Sarah Wilcox talked about