Monday 16th May, 7.30-10.00pm
The Bishop of Sheffield, the Rt Rev Steven Croft;
Andy Atkins, newly-appointed head of A Rocha UK, a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world (http://arocha.org.uk);
Nick Nuttgens, a Carbon Conversations Facilitator, with insights into the Pope’s influential 2015 encyclical, LAUDATO SI’; and
Jo Musker-Sherwood from Hope for the Future, an ecumenical campaign, started in Sheffield, to help churches lobby MPs on climate change (http://www.hftf.org.uk).
This high profile event forms part of Sheffield Environment weeks, and presents some theological and practical information about why people of faith should care for the environment. Our speakers are from various Christian traditions and environmental organisations, but we would welcome people of any faith, philosophy or tradition who care about the environment.
There will be ample opportunity to listen to and pose questions to each speaker; and, individually or as a faith or church group, to reflect on what all of this means for participants.
No need to book.
Donations to A Rocha and Hope for the Future.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0114 267 8289