Booking now: Ecumenical climate events in September


Climate change is a justice issue. Those who have the least economic and political power, and the least responsibility for the changing climate, are affected the most. The UN warns that one climate crisis disaster is happening every week and that developing countries must prepare now for profound impact. Students across the globe are striking to demand climate action from their governments.

Many churches originally signed up to the Eco Church programme as a response to one of the most critical issues of our time. That's why A Rocha UK, in partnership with the Amos Trust, is organising a major conference on climate justice, 'Once in a Lifetime', from 23-24 September at St Paul's Church in Cambridge.

The two-day summit will explore how churches and Christians can play a greater role in addressing climate change with justice, to accelerate a 'just transition' to a low-carbon world. A Rocha UK CEO, Andy Atkins, who founded Tearfund's programme on Climate Change and Development, will be speaking on a Just Transition.

Suitable for A Rocha supporters, local Eco Church coordinators, community activists, experts, artists and theologians.


For more information and booking see: www.arocha.org.uk

Bury St Edmund's, 28 September - A World Mission Conference open to all people interested in world mission and in particular the issue of climate change. Big questions are raised by climate change which require a Christian response.

The keynote speaker will be Ellen Teague, a freelance Christian journalist who writes and campaigns on justice, peace and ecology issues, and other speakers will talk about the challenges of climate change. A variety of NGOs will be present with links to World Mission.

Tickets cost: £5 including drinks. Please bring your own packed lunch.

Book here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/world-mission-conference-2019-tickets-59888198213





Tags: Environment, Ellen Teague

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