Ecocide talk by Nina Owen and more – 5th June 2013

Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry in Oxford are marking 2013 with an ‘Earthing Faith’ theme. They are running events and activities to ‘help us to reflect on God through our connection as human beings with all of nature’.

On World Environment day, Wednesday June 5th 2013, starting at 8pm Nina Owen, an Earth Lawyer will be speaking on her work around ‘ecocide’.

See list of events below – for latest see: www.hthq.org.uk

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Outside in Nature gathering – Saturday May 25th 2013

Louise Rickard from Holy Trinity Headington Quarry is hosting some ‘Outside in Nature’ gatherings. The next one is on Saturday May 25th they meet at 10am – 1300 at Dry Sandford Pit nature reserve. The focus of this month’s gathering will be on authentic dialogue.

She says:

This gathering is ecumenical and open to all who have an interest in nature connection and spirituality; of whatever faith or none. Come with kindness and curiosity and respect for one another and the nature all around us; and bring with you an attitude of experimentation, playfulness and readiness to connect with nature.

Please bring clothing suitable for being outdoors the whole time, something to sit on (newspaper in a plastic bag is fine), a flask of tea/coffee if desired; a poem or prayer you wish to share related to the theme of real and authentic dialogue, and showing up in conversations.

The reserve is located 2.5 miles north-west of Abingdon, in Cothill village, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6JW.
Map reference: SU 4674 9953.
We will meet in the reserve car park (In Cothill village 100m west of Honeybottom Lane – Church Lane junction turn left into surfaced car park) ready to go at 10am.

For more information or questions contact Louise@lonepine.eu, 0796 423 9211, while you don’t need to confirm attendance – it can be useful as we will then know to expect and wait for you (– and how many cookies to bake!)

Please do try and car share if possible!

– Note that all outdoor activities carry a certain risk of personal injury. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.

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