On Sunday 23 and Tuesday 25 September you are invited to participate in a national ONLINE e-conference which connects speakers with interested participants online and across the nation. The event is coordinated by Uniting Earth Ministry.
Watch & Participate Online
Sunday 23 September | 4pm – 5:30 (AEST)
Tuesday 25 September | 7pm – 8:30pm (AEST)
Join our presenters as they explore the chicken and egg relationship between hope and action. All online.
Watch the talks before-hand (as most are online now) then join us online on Sunday 23 and/or Tues 25th for plenary sessions with a panel of the presenters the panel will differ on each day.
Register via EventBrite – NOW
To Log Into the Sessions:
For logging in instructions, and annotated links to the talks visit Uniting Earth Web
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Below is courtesy of INSIGHTS magazine
As a recent poll shows that two thirds of younger people feel negatively about the earth’s future, and with all of NSW now in drought, a Uniting Earth e-conference aims to connect people to ways to combat climate change.
Uniting Earth’s free Hope in Action e-conference takes place on 23 September. The conference has a twist: the presentations will be available before it takes place, with the conference itself serving as an opportunity to interact with the presenters.
Conference speakers include Rev Andrew Gunton, the ARRCC’s Thea Ormerod, and church leaders from the Maules Creek Blockade, among others.
Rev. Jason John is a Uniting Earth Advocate. He says that Hope In Action, “gives all of us, young and old, the chance to engage with those who have turned their hope into action, and who have found hope in taking action- alone or communally.”
Read the full story below – via the Insights Magazine link.