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Seeds of Change Conference 2021

November 22nd - 26th 2021

Online

Over the last 18 months, the world has undergone a monumental upheaval socially, economically and politically through the effects of Covid-19, which we explored in our first Seeds of Change conference last year.

Seeds of Change 2021 is an online conference that will review the landscape, revisit these challenges, and showcase practical responses in key areas, ranging from business and finance to agriculture and technology. We face new challenges that call for courageous action and bold vision, as well as biblically-inspired responses which recognise the importance of intergenerational understanding and co-operation across diverse viewpoints.

Come to be informed and inspired!

To find out more - and to register for free -  click on the orange 'Register' button below.

To see more of what the conference is about - and why you should come -  click on the 'Watch Video' button below.

Facing The Climate Crisis: reducing disaster risk

Wednesday 20th October, 16:00 BST

Online event

Whatever the outcome of this autumn's COP26 conference, it's already clear that we must face the consequences of climate change that are already on track, especially climate-related disasters.

Our online Facing the Climate Crisis event will be based around our new Cambridge Paper by Amy Donovan. A panel will discuss the issues raised, including some of the tensions around climate action. We will be modelling a generous conversation in what is often a polarised debate, listening to other people's priorities and values and finding common ground on which to build.

Facing the Climate Crisis will inspire Christians to work together on climate change with faith, hope and love.

Registration is free: to find out more - and to register - click on the button below.

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Facing The Climate Crisis: reducing disaster risk

Wednesday 20th October, 16:00 BST

Online event

Whatever the outcome of this autumn's COP26 conference, it's already clear that we must face the consequences of climate change that are already on track, especially climate-related disasters.

Our online Facing the Climate Crisis event will be based around our new Cambridge Paper by Amy Donovan. A panel will discuss the issues raised, including some of the tensions around climate action. We will be modelling a generous conversation in what is often a polarised debate, listening to other people's priorities and values and finding common ground on which to build.

Facing the Climate Crisis will inspire Christians to work together on climate change with faith, hope and love.

Registration is free: to find out more - and to register - click on the button below.

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