What's On? 2017 calendar .
- This page (Whatson) is still updated fortnightly, -though the rest of this website-CEL's Old Site has not been changed since July 2012.
- It has the same material as the Whats-on page on the New website.
- If you have a link, please link it to the New Whats-on Page.
- Past event calendars:2017; 2016; 2015; 2014; 2013; 2012; 2011; 2010; 2009; 2008; 2007
First, a brief list of GC/CEL's own events:
Now:- All the Other Events:
11 July - Peterborough Eco-faith Network. the Church.-
An evening oflistening and sharing,
A celebration of the eco-refurbishment of the Friends Meeting House.
The story of an Eco Church – St Paul’s, Cambridge.
Using churchyards and gardens for wildlife – Longthorpe and others.
Renewable energy schemes.
Green Christian’s ‘Joy is Enough’ project.
Bring your own story and questions.
Friends’ Meeting House - Thorpe Road, Peterborough PE1 1SQ.
21-23 July Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire
National Justice and Peace Network Annual Conference 2017
National Justice and Peace Network Annual Conference 2017 in partnership with Church Action on Poverty, CAFOD, Caritas Social Action Network, Vincentians in Partnership, Operation Noah, Columbans JPIC: A Sabbath for the Earth and the Poor: The challenge of Pope Francis
SPEAKERS: Dr Ruth Valerio is Global Advocacy and Influencing Director for Tearfund, working to mobilise churches around the world to become agents for change and equip them for integral mission. - Fr Peter Hughes SSC. has spent most of his life as a missionary in Peru, working in some of the most impoverished communities in Lima. He is an advisor to the Instituto Bartolome de las Casas, working in programmes of leadership and social justice. = Kathy Galloway is an ordained minister of the Church of Scotland and was leader of the Iona Community from 2002-2009. She is currently head of Christian Aid Scotland. She is also a published poet, author and hymn writer. - Plus Poverty Hearings —hearing from those with direct experience of poverty.
CONFERENCE CHAIR: Susy Brouard, Theology Programme Advisor for CAFOD since 2002. - CELEBRANT: Fr Sean McDonagh SSC, world-renowned eco-theologian. - BOOKING FORMS: Download, print off and send in by post: Booking Form (PDF) Download, complete and send as email attachment: Booking Form (Word Document)
1 Aug: Illustrated Talk "Wildflower Walks around Settle" - Donations to Rainforest Fund -St John's Methodist Church, Settle
25-28 Aug: Nr Kettering
Greenbelt 2017 Green Christian Stall - Come and help!
(Explorations and reflections on Laudato Si’) an evening with Frank Regan. Frank Regan writes on issues of Faith in dialogue with Culture, Politics, Gender and Environment for publications in the UK and Ireland. at The Old Priory, Clarence St., Cheltenham GL50 3LE (adjacent to St Gregory's Church): Cheltenham@greenchristian.org.uk
Sun 17 Sept: Ely Cathedral - 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Dark Reflections: poetry, environment, lament
Poetry responds to environmental crisis: a chance to listen, engage and reflect. Featuring priest-poet Malcolm Guite, Fenland Poet Laureate Kate Arthur, and poet Mary Livingstone. Free event, all welcome. Light refreshments. Hosted by the Ely Cathedral ‘Space’ alternative worship series, with Elaine Ewart (Fen Speak Poetry Collective) and Clare Redfern (Ely Diocese Environmental Co-ordinator). Details: email@example.com
20 Sept: Blackpool
Let's Celebrate Creation in the Fylde
7pm St Monica's Church Blackpool, FY4 4FA - Lancaster diocesan Faith and Justice Commission . Three presentations, music and brief prayer/reflection finish by 8.15pm
20 Sept: Book launch: Bloomsbury, London: Book Launch
6.30-8.30pm, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London. ‘Reclaiming the Common Good, How Christians can help re-build our broken world’, Virginia Moffatt, editor. Green Christian members Ellen Teague and Edward P. Echlin have chapters in this collection of essays.
26 Sept Peterborough - Seeking Sustainability and justice – the Local in the International Context. 7.30 pm Pam Richardson (Regional Christian Aid Liaison Officer). -
An opportunity to discover more about how international aid agencies, like Christian Aid, - both inform and need our local concern for creation care. - In the Friends’ Meeting House, Thorpe Road, PE3 6AB.
Wed 4 Oct: World Animal Day
Plan an event on 4 Oct (or two weeks on either side) . Publicise it here & on WAD website
8-16 Oct: UK
Climate Coalition Week of Action
12 Oct: Bristol Food Waste Feast: Organised by Tearfund
at Woodlands Church (BS8 2AA) 19:00-21:30
21 Oct Eco Church Conference (North) - Sheffield
St. Andrew's Psalter Lane Church, 31 Psalter Lane, Sheffield' S11 8YL 09:50 – 16:30
4 Nov: Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 7JQ - Union of Evangelical Churches (UEC)
Why should we care for God’s creation? - Faith Matters 2017 Training Day
Speakers: Simon Court (works with children who do not attend school regularly) ;Lisa Goddard works in the field of Science and Theology. Simon Goddard has oversight of Baptist churches in Suffolk, South Cambridgeshire and North Essex. All are members of Green Christian. (9.45am-1.00pm) at Rayleigh Evangelical Church,36 Eastwood Road, Rayleigh, SS6 7JQ. The training days are to equip local Church members and ensure that they have good quality and relevant Bible teaching from visiting experts in their fields, using interactive presentation styles
Other Events Calendars:
projectbritain.com/specialdays/apr.htm - awareness raising days
www.projectbritain.com/calendar/april.html -pictorial fact of the day
www.tfw.org.uk transport event links
www.educationscotland.gov.uk/resources/r/resourcecalendar/may.asp good links