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Helping parishes respond to climate change and the environment

Helping parishes respond to climate change and the environment

Friday 05 October 2018

Are you interested in how your parish can help the environment? The Church of Ireland’s Church and Society Commission is holding a climate change and environment seminar at Church of Ireland House, Donegall Street, Belfast. 

Stephen Trew, one of the speakers at the event said: “The Church has a key role in tackling climate change. We can speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves and develop sustainable lifestyles and mission. This seminar will explain how your church can do more.”

When: Wednesday 14 November at 10.00 am, concluding with a light lunch at 1.00 pm 

Speakers

  • Stephen Trew (environmental campaigner) – A Biblical Perspective on the Environment
  • David Thomas (Christian Aid Belfast) – Impact of Climate Change on the Developing World
  • David Ritchie (Chief Officer, Representative Church Body) – Practical Action in Parish Life

Attendance is free but booking is essential. 

Please email seminar@ireland.anglican.org

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