Wednesday at One

On Holy Ground

These talks and special services will take place whilst Gaia Earth, the artwork by Luke Jerram, is on display at the Cathedral.

Wednesday at One

Wednesday at One takes place at 1.00pm on Wednesdays in the Cathedral nave. The talk is followed by a light lunch for those who have time to stay. Usually this takes place during term time only, but a short series will take place during the Gaia Earth exhibition. There is no charge but donations towards costs are welcome.

Wednesday 21st August
Prof Paul Ballard, Chair of Peterborough EcoFaith Network
Dear God! What on earth are we doing to the earth? The search for wisdom

You can read Prof Ballard's talk here: A talk by Prof Paul Ballard, 21st August 2019

Wednesday 28th August
Dr Hilary Marlow, Trustee of A Rocha, Fellow, Graduate Tutor and Director of Studies at Girton College, Cambridge, and an Affiliated Lecturer at the university's Faculty of Divinity

Wednesday 4th September
Rachie Ross from Christian Climate Change
Christian responses to climate justice: From apathy to action

Wednesday 11th September
Speaker to be confirmed


On Holy Ground

These services take place at 5.30pm in the Cathedral (exact locations may vary but stewards will guide you). 

All are welcome. Just turn up.

Sunday 25th August
A celebration of the wonders of God's creation

Sunday 1st September
The Human Impact on Creation: A service of lament and recommitment

Sunday 8th September
On Holy Ground: Discovering our down-to-earth God

Sunday 15th September
“The Cross Stands while the Earth Turns”: A Reflection on the world’s priorities through God’s eyes


Read more about the Gaia Earth exhibition

Photo courtesy of Liverpool Cathedral

 

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