The Church and the Environment: Getting Real about Creation Care


    Category
    Diocese of Bristol
    Date
    29 March 2018
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    Bristol Diocese is thinking seriously about creation care. We’ve formed a Diocese Environment Group; we’ve signalled our commitment to be an Eco Diocese and we’re seeking to connect with the parishes to find out what God is already doing in this important area of mission.

    You are invited on Saturday 14 April to explore with us and Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury and Church of England lead on the environment, what God has to say to us about sustainability and mission.

    Canon Professor Martin Gainsborough, chair of the Bristol Diocese Environment Group said: “We realise that people are at different stages on a journey in terms of understanding the challenges facing God’s planet and responding to them. Wherever you are on that journey, we’d love you to join us for a fun day of stimulating talks, theological reflection and discussion. Be part of something bigger!”

    Further details and register for the day.

    Speakers include Rebecca Boardman (USPG), Martyn Goss (Exeter Diocese), David Morgan (St John’s Wimborne, Eco Church) and members of Bristol Diocese Environment Group.