Climate Change, God and the Church
Wednesday 17, 24 & 31 August 2016
7 – 8.30pm at Adamstown Uniting Church
How does the Christian Tradition respond to the challenges of climate change? What is our understanding of our relationship to creation and God as Creator?
Theologian, Di Rayson, is drawn to the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in seeking answers to these questions as we live in a world that demands we take responsibility for God’s creation. This three-week discussion series will tackle the big questions around climate change, offering us hope for new thinking and clearer action in the world.
Di Rayson is a PhD Candidate at University of Newcastle researching the contribution of Bonhoeffer’s theology to understanding our relationship within creation, and the eco-‐ethics that this might promote. She has previously worked in international community development, public health, and justice. Di lives on a farm in the Manning Valley and makes an annual pilgrimage along the Compostela de Santiago in Europe. She sings and plays cello.
For bookings phone 02 4957 1887 or email email@example.com
Supported by CSU – Christian Students Uniting