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This webinar is one of a series that will explore how reimagining the ancient wisdom and resources from the wells of theology can help us to develop resilience and hope in the face of the meta crises we face today – not only individually, but also socially and ecologically.
Three practitioners, for whom theology is a key part in understanding and changing the world, reflect in conversation on how theological ideas help them to understand the massive changes our era is going through, particularly with regard to climate emergency; and not only to understand, but also to act in order to bring about change and transformation at the local level. Please do come and join in a rich and radical conversation.

Rev Sam Wernham is the creator and curator of Wild Spirit community, a web of contemplative groups orientated around spiritual ecology.
Rev. Dr. John Reader retired as Rector of the Ironstone Benefice (8 rural churches in North Oxfordshire) in 2020, having served most of his ordained ministry in rural parishes.
Clare Martin who is the Communications Manager and Resilience Programme Leader at St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. St. Ethelburga’s builds community resilience for times of ecological and social emergency.

This webinar will be hosted by Professor Chris Baker and our webinar presenter and facilitator is Flo Scialom of the Network of Wellbeing.

The Heart Shift Webinars were originally conceived by Joshua Malkin as part of the Kindness Revolution – the Leeds Festival of Kindness Compassion & Wellbeing – and prior to the pandemic were to be a day conference at Leeds Minster in partnership with Leeds Church Institute who will be hosting other events in the series.

Nov 13, 2020 02:00 PM in London

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