Green heating at St Mary’s.

Permission has now been granted for the new halo heating system to be installed and this will be one of the two “demonstrator” projects in the diocese. 

A Bristol church has solved one of the biggest problems a church can face – how to achieve affordable low carbon heating. 

Trialling innovative new radiant heating chandeliers over the winter, St Matthew’s Church in Kingsdown has enjoyed improved heating comfort, with reductions in carbon emissions and much lower running costs, compared to their gas heating system. 

You can read the full report HERE.

The St Mary’s church council are now launching a funding campaign.  If you feel that you can help in any way please get in touch.

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