You’re invited to join celebrations in every state for Time for Living the Change. Each event will have its own unique flavour but, at each event, people will share some time for spiritual reflection, discuss their efforts to make climate-conserving lifestyle commitments and celebrate with delicious vegetarian and vegan food. The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change invites you – if you can, please come along to these free events near you.
Time for Living the Change
Melbourne, Sunday Sept 8, 2.30 – 5 pm, Multicultural Hub, Melbourne. Book through Trybooking. Organisers are offering fun activities, and there will be a talk on “Indigenous Spirituality and Climate Change” by Wiradjuri man, Rev. Glenn Loughrey. Contact person is Sue Ennis 0400 069 014
Adelaide, Saturday Sept 21, 5 – 9 pm, Baha’i Centre of Learning, Adelaide. Living the Change workshop/supper 5pm-7.30pm followed by an Indigenous Faith Panel 7.30-9.00pm on “How can we Live more Gently on Country?” Jointly organised by the Multi-Faith Association of SA and the SA Council of Churches. Contact person Philippa Rowland firstname.lastname@example.org. Book on Eventbrite
GreenFaith/ARRCC meeting Sunday Aug 18, 5.30 – 7.30 pm, St Philip’s Anglican Church, Collingwood.
Climate Strike, Friday Sep 20, multiple locations around Australia, TBA. Let’s swing in behind the kids! Come with faith-based placards and ARRCC T-shirts and/or under an ARRCC banner; banners will be visible in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Sydney, Sep 20: join a multi-faith meditation before the protest starts.
Melbourne, Sep 20: participate in a multi-faith service before the protest gets going.
Brisbane Australian Catholic University, Tuesday Sep 17, 6.30 pm Simone Weil Lecture: Virtue in a changing climate – How do we respond morally to global warming?
Melbourne, Australian Catholic University, in Fitzroy, Thursday Sep 19, Simone Weil Lecture: as above