Spirituality and Activism workshop
Invitation to a spirituality and climate activism workshop
You are warmly invited to explore, with other like-minded people of faith:
How might it be possible to combine spirituality with climate activism? In what ways are people from various faith backgrounds already doing this in the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change? How does listening to the cry of Aboriginal custodians of the land inform this work?
How do we more effectively work for social change around this “wicked problem.” What approaches might serve to inspire others in my faith community to begin taking action?
Organised by the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change in collaboration with Religions for Peace Tasmania and the UTAS Multifaith Chaplaincy.
When: Saturday, 19th November, 10 am – 4 pm
Where: UTAS Multifaith Centre, TUU Building, Churchill Ave, Sandy Bay
Facilitator: John Carroll is a climate activist, theologically trained Pastor and Secretary of ARRCC. He has had community organising training from those masters of social change in Australia, the Change Agency.
Suggested donation: $15 or concession rate $10
Lunch: Participants please bring your own lunch.
RSVP essential by 17th November via RSVP in column to the right, e-mail [email protected] or contact Terry 0438 069 728.
Places are limited.