Deepening Our Commitment – Loving Earth Project
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The Loving Earth Project celebrates people, places, creatures and other things that we love but which are threatened by growing environmental breakdown. It offers a way in to help people engage with the issues without being overwhelmed. https://lovingearth-project.uk/
During our time together we shall create a textile panel to join the travelling exhibition as well as reflect on our response to the climate crisis, to explore how we might make changes to the way we live and to protect what we love. We hope to deepen our commitment through spiritual practice and time together.
This course comprises of:
Live discussion sessions
Recorded video and audio materials
Written and visual materials
A private discussion forum
Live sessions are on Thursday 17 September, 24 September and 15 October at 20:00-21:30 (UK time).
Maud Grainger works on supporting Friends in their engagement with the climate crisis; through workshops, retreats and sharing her own experience. She also supports wider teaching on Quaker understanding of testimony and living our faith in the world.
Linda Murgatroyd is clerk of the Quaker Arts Network. She is interested in different ways in which we can hold spaces for the Spirit to act, for example through the arts and spiritual accompaniment as well as through more traditional meetings for worship and discernment. She is increasingly trying to to build ecological considerations into everyday decisions.
Tracey Martin facilitates courses on hope, non-violence, peace and responses to the climate crisis. She has a particular interest in poetry and spirituality.
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