Religious Responses to the Climate Change Crisis

Public Meeting Announcement

Religious Responses to the Climate Change Crisis

Are you concerned about the climate change crisis? Join us for a special talk and discussion:

Saturday 3 August, 5pm – 6:30pm
Wellington Islamic Centre
9 Queens Drive, Kilbirnie

The discussion will be led by Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black from the Leo Baeck Centre in Melbourne, and will cover:

  • The work of the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change and what we can learn in NZ
  • Our shared religious traditions of Jews, Christians, and Muslims in caring for the planet
  • The role of faith-based people in overcoming the crisis
  • What we can do in our own congregations and the Abrahamic and Interfaith communities

Rabbi Jonathan is passionate about climate issues, and has been active in this area for many years. He was also the founder of the Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia, and continues to strive for interfaith understanding.

This event is being held in conjunction with Temple Sinai’s 60th anniversary celebrations.

You can help get the word out about this event by downloading, printing, and distributing our attractive poster.