Jews, Christians, and Muslims working together for sustainability
When: Sunday, 20 June 2021, 1:30-5:30pm
Where: Victoria University, Rutherford House, Room RHMZ03 (next to the Railway Station)
Admission: Koha, but tickets are essential as space is limited
|Keynote||Hon James Shaw, Minister of Climate Change|
|Facilitators||Dr Jonathan Boston, Dave Moskovitz|
|Jewish Speakers||Sarah Livschitz, Dr Paul Blaschke|
|Christian Speakers||Dr Geoff Troughton, Amy Ross|
|Muslim Speakers||Waseema Ahmed, TBC|
|Summation||Prof Paul Morris, Estelle Henrys|
At this workshop, we’ll listen to some inspirational speakers about our religious traditions and their approach to sustainability, both in the historical and current context. We’ll then break into groups within our own religious groups to discuss how we can integrate these learnings into our own lives, and identify themes of action. We’ll then meet in mixed groups aligned with specific actions to discuss how we can work together to achieve our goals. We’ll conclude with an action plan we can all commit to.
If you’re concerned about the future of our planet, do come along and contribute to our interfaith efforts to work together for a sustainable future.
Tickets are strictly limited by the size of our venue, do get a ticket if you’d like to come. You can help publicise this event by downloading the poster and posting it at your synagogue, church, or masjid.
Tickets at: https://q5.nz/abrahamic-climate