The Interfaith Centre of Melbourne will join faith leaders and special guests for interfaith dialogue on this 10th Anniversary of the World Interfaith Harmony Week: Bushfires and the Climate Crisis: How do we make 2020 a transformative year for all creation? at St Michael’s Church, Melbourne from 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm on Monday March 2, 2020
Special guests include:
Dr Maureen Sier, Director, Interfaith Scotland
Rev’d Glenn Loughrey, Anglican Priest, Wiradjuri man
Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black, Australian Religious Response to Climate Change
Rev Dr Margaret Mayman, Christian social ethicist and Minister of St Michael’s Uniting Church
Special guests and faith leaders will share how faith communities are responding to the unprecedented bushfires in Australia and the climate crisis.
Practical solutions for caring for all Creation will be offered along with urgent steps we need to take as people of faith, mindful of our sacred texts: Love of God and Love of the Neighbour or Love of the Good and Love of the Neighbour.
Many religious and spiritual leaders will attend the 24th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP26) of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, 9-19 November, in Glasgow, Scotland.
Venue: St Michael’s Hall, 120 Collins Street, Melbourne.
Entrance: end of St Michael’s Walk.
Refreshments: at 6.30 pm
Bookings: essential for seating and catering purposes. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Rev Helen Summers: 0400 228 146
Cost: No charge, donations welcome.
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