Autumn Talks 2018 – Cherishing God’s Earth

We were saddened earlier in the year by the death of John Gordon. John felt passionately about a number of issues but especially about the damage we are doing at present to the environment. He was always keen to encourage people from any background to think about this issue and what it might mean to take greater care of the environment. So this year we have decided to devote our autumn talks to this important issue and the series will be in memory of John. Christian faith offers a number of insights, others also hold some important perspectives. So we hope that this series of three talks & meetings will bring together people from any background or group who want to think about this important issue. All events are on Sundays and start at 15:30 in St Mary’s Church, Wallingford

 

28thOctober – The Revd. Margot Hodson ‘Cherishing God’s Earth: where to begin?’

Margot is Rector of Wychert Vale Benefice in Buckinghamshire, she is on the management boards of both JRI and A Rocha UK and has written a number of books, looking at the Christian faith and environmental issues.

18 November: The Revd. Jen Brown  ‘Cherishing God’s Earth: putting it into practice’

Jennifer is a priest in the Church of England and is currently Science Missioner in the Churn Benefice group of churches in South Oxfordshire. Jennifer has a long-standing interest in Christian care for the environment and animal welfare and is an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics.

25 November: Dr Martin Hodson ‘Cherishing God’s Earth: what about plastic?’

Martin is a plant scientist and environmental biologist he is Operations Director for the John Ray Initiative (JRI).

 

You can download the poster with all of the details here.