Inaugural meeting for WA ARRCC
Climate change has become an issue not only of science but of human justice. As individuals of faith, the issue is of profound importance to our communities.
ARRCC is a multi-faith, member-based organisation of people from around Australia who are committed to taking action on climate change. Our members represent a variety of religious traditions. We believe that as people dedicated to the common good, inspired by our beliefs and energized by our spirituality, people of all faiths can and should be at the forefront of creating a safe climate. While celebrating the uniqueness of our different traditions, we stand together in working for an ecologically and socially sustainable future. https://www.arrcc.org.au/who-we-are
On Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 10 AM we propose a meeting at Carramar Community Centre to discuss ARRCC in Western Australia. The meeting could end a bit earlier than 1 pm or later, depending on how many people attend. There are places to have lunch nearby.
As you may know, ARRCC has only just taken very tentative steps here. This meeting will allow us share information of what different faith communities in our area are doing concerning climate change/environment. It will allow us to discuss ARRCC and how and why a more active participation in ARRCC may help the communities we serve.
At this stage, attendance at the meeting is not a commitment. Rather it is an exploration of what is now occurring and how working together might be beneficial to everyone. That said, all of us know that the time for action has come.
If you would, please respond that you are attending (and how many will be in your group) by 17 April, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include any items you would like to see added to the meeting agenda.
A.R. Riebau, Wanneroo
and Geoffrey Bice email@example.com