Acting for Faith-based Climate Justice
14 June 2022, Online
Quaker meetings as centres of resilience
How can we foster spiritual, social and physical resilience? What can we do to help our local community to build resilience? Find out about community gardens, places of peace and sanctuary and practical activities that help build local resilience. Share what you are doing with others.
Do you want to join with other Quakers to act on our commitment to faith-based climate justice? Do you want to find out and learn from what others are doing? We are stronger together. These monthly live sessions are an opportunity to be together in spirit and to learn about different ways in which we can take action.
The sessions are open to all Quakers who are concerned about the climate crisis and want to take action in their personal lives and with others. We will deepen the spiritual grounding of this work, explore a particular theme or approach and have time to network with each other to learn and explore possibilities for working together. Resources from all the sessions will be made available to participants.
Themes will include: Quaker meetings as centres of resilience, understanding the latest IPCC reports, QPSW campaigning work, working with other churches and other faiths, working with Quakers across the world, and creative approaches to awareness raising and protest.
For more information contact:
Telephone: 07562 624047 and 07935 601512