1. NATIONAL GREEN CHRISTIAN EVENTS:
1 Feb 2020: Green Christian: “Way of Life” Day, London
2. EVENTS WITH A GREEN CHRISTIAN INPUT, OR A LOCAL GREEN CHRISTIAN EVENT
3. EVENTS OF ALL ORGANISATIONS
30 Nov: Remembrance Day for lost species
1 Dec: Baildon, West Yorks: from 1130 as part of Baildon at Christmas there will be guided tours of the Fold, the new “Passivhous” building at Baildon Methodist Church. All are welcome Over 10 years the church has raised nearly £900,000 to construct this two storey building which will use virtually no energy and emit virtually no carbon dioxide. They say: “We are part of the 21st-century mission of the church so to act that the whole of God’s world benefits”
26 Dec: Annual Pilgrimage Walk from Ripon Cathedral to Fountains Abbey. See pictures of a previous event
Fri10-Sat-11 Jan: Cambridge: Faraday Institute course: “Faith and Science for everyone – a short course for Christian leaders”, Go HERE for more details.
Thur 23 Jan: Clun, Shropshire: ‘Energy from the Sea’ 7.30pm at Clun Methodist Church. Jim Halcro Johnson: will review progress by the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney and others, on developing sustainable wave and tidal energy converters, in the context of the need to meet climate change targets and uncertain funding . Free admission, Refreshments, Donations welcome. More info: 01588 640789 or 01588 640776
1 Feb 2020: Green Christian “Way of Life” Day, London
8 Feb: Bristol: #LeaveNoOneBehind – Global Aware Bristol 2020 This day is part of the Festival of Transformation, a day conference on social and environmental justice, run by Global Aware. Green Christian will be exhibiting – come and see us! The venue has good public transport links, both locally and nationally.
7 March 2020 Derby: JPIT Conference: Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate – The Riverside Centre DE24 8HY (Joint Public Issues Team of of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church)
16-20 Aug: Oxford: – Seventh Oxford Summer School on Animal Ethics – Animals and Public Policy – Embodying, Implementing, and Institutionalising Animal Ethics – at Merton College, Oxford
19 Sept 2020 London: A Faith Response to Climate Emergency with GC Information Officer, Ruth Jarman, 10.30 am – 4.00 pm. Cost £30 Concessions £20. Please bring a packed lunch. Coffee and tea provided. The Meditatio Centre, St Mark’s Myddelton Square, London EC1R 1XX
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