Christianity and Climate Change at Mount Street Jesuit Centre
About the day
Climate change is a reality which confronts all of us, all across our world the consequences are being felt, often most acutely by those who live at the margins. Facing up to the climate emergency challenges us both emotionally and practically.
- What is our emotional reaction to Climate Change? and where does it take us?
- How are we called to respond to God’s call that we care for creations?
- How are we called to respond to our brothers and sisters who suffer?
- Where can we find hope?
In October we held an event exploring these themes, you can read about that day and watch some of the content here: faithjustice.org.uk/christianity-and-climate-change-october-2019/
At this second event in April we will be returning to these themes. Please keep an eye on this page, and on our social media for updates on the speakers for the day.
Who can come?: Young adults between the ages of 18 and 40.
Location: Mount Street Jesuit Centre, W1K 3AH
Safety and Inclusivity: Our aim is to run an event which is safe and inclusive. If you have particular needs which we need to take into account when planning please get in touch to talk to us.
If you have any questions please email: email@example.com
You can register for the event here.
Sunday, April 19, 2020 - 10:30 to 17:30