The Hope Seminar
A Rocha evening in the ChristChurch Transitional Cathedral, Christchurch
Sunday 19 September, 5-7pm
The Hope Seminar is now happening under Level 2 protocols, which means a limit of 50 registrations, no food or drink (BYO water bottle), 2m distancing, and wearing masks.
Join in on live-stream! Free to register, but you are invited to make a donation to the Cathedral:
5.00pm Night Prayer
6.20pm Panel Discussion
Finishing by 7.00pm
Wellbeing, Shalom and Climate Change
• Bishop Peter: “Shalom and Wellbeing”
• Kahurangi Carter, Para Kore marae-based zero waste co-ordinator: “Hauora and Wellbeing”
• Michael Apathy, psychotherapist & climate activist: “Climate change and Mental Health”
• Kristel van Houte, A Rocha Aotearoa NZ: “Sustaining Wellbeing as we care for Creation”
Those online are welcome to ask questions for the panel via text or facebook.
Children are welcome but it won’t be as much fun for kids under Level 2 rules sorry.
The Hope Seminar is an initiative of the A Rocha Christchurch local group, in partnership with the ChristChurch Transitional Cathedral
Cost: $20 per person, $10 concession and max of $40 per family
More info on the A Rocha Aotearoa NZ page here
A Notice for your Church Bulletin:
Climate Change & Wellbeing Seminar
Sunday 19 September, 5.00 – 7.00pm.
The Hope Seminar is a public inter-church event held by A Rocha, a Christian organisation caring for creation. This year we are at the Anglican Cathedral (the Cardboard Cathedral on Madras St).
The peace of Christ is needed now more than ever, with so many people anxious about our world and the future. The Hope Seminar will seek God’s Shalom in a time of climate change.
For more information and to register visit: www.arocha.org.nz.