06 March 2017
A Faith and the Environment conference is to be held at Edward King House, Lincoln on Saturday, 13th May 2017 (9.30am-4.30pm; 10am start). The Bishop of Lincoln will set the scene for the day, speaking of his attendance at a USPG international consultation in Fiji in July 2016. Here, Bishop Christopher met people who are already being directly affected by global warming. More details on this, including video links, are available here
The keynote speaker will be Bishop Graham Cray (previously Archbishops’ Missioner and team leader of Fresh Expressions), and other presenters and workshop leaders are set to include:
Dr Vicky Dunn (Grimsby Community Energy)
Mark Schofield (Conservation Officer, Living Landscapes; Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust)
the Revd Andrew Hall and colleagues from St Catherine’s Church, Burbage, winners of the A Rocha Eco Church GOLD award
Judi Perry, Christian Aid Regional Coordinator for Lincolnshire.
A bookstall will be provided by Unicorn Tree Books, Lincoln.
Note: please book early to avoid disappointment: last year’s conference was filled to capacity.
Further information may be obtained by clicking on the document published below:
|Faith & the Environment 2017 Leaflet.pdf, 362 KB||Download|
In addition to a conference website, a Facebook page will feature regular updates (search for Faith and Environment Lincolnshire), and email enquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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