22 July 2016
Saturday, 8th October 2016, from 10am–4pm, at Far Ings Nature Reserve & Education Centre, near Barton-upon-Humber.
The Revd Leslie Batty has issued the following invitation to a Quiet Day planned for later this year:
Do you enjoy the wild places where land and water meet, whether on the seashore, along the banks of an estuary or by a reed-fringed lake? Do you wonder how we can be wise stewards of God’s creation, reconciling a multitude of human demands with the needs of the natural environment? Spend a reflective day with us at Far Ings Nature Reserve, on the south bank of the Humber estuary, where we will undertake some exercises in observing the beauty of nature and exploring the relationship between God, people and the rest of creation.
Cost: £13.75 (includes coffee or tea and biscuits on arrival and before departure, and a drink to have with your own packed lunch).
For more information and booking details, please call 01476 578 829 or make contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Les Batty is an ecologist, a non-stipendiary Anglican priest and a lecturer in eco-theology at Lincoln School of Theology. Prior to ordination, he was a principal ecologist in a multinational civil engineering firm, having previously had a long teaching career in the UK and Portugal. He was co-founder of the Christian environmental organisation ‘A Rocha’.
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