Anglican-Lutheran Society


CLIMATE EMERGENCY Connecting Faith and Community


CLIMATE EMERGENCY Connecting Faith and Community

St Mary’s German Church, 10 Sandwich Street, London EC3 5BJ

We hope you will join us for the Anglican-Lutheran Society Annual Meeting which will focus on the climate emergency. We will meet in person at St Mary’s German Church in King’s Cross but will also have facilities available for those who are only able to join us online.

Following the short business portion of the AGM, the day will include speakers who are closely involved in taking action to address climate change through their faith communities, local communities, and creative communities!

  • Canon Giles Goddard (Chair of Faith for the Climate) to speak about engaging church/faith communities in addressing climate change.
  • A local community group which provides pop-up space to encourage conversations and action around climate change
  • Rev’d Helen Burnett (vicar of St Peter’s and St Paul’s in Old Chaldon) to share her experiences working with Extinction Rebellion and the intersectionality of faith and climate action.
  • Anya Gleizer founder of The Flute & Bowl which is ‘dedicated to the practice of art and ecology’. Anya will lead us all in a creative practice bringing together what we’ve discussed and learned throughout the day.

This will be an opportunity to come together to learn, act, engage and create as we examine our individual and common roles in addressing climate change. We hope to see you there! The cost of the day for those attending in person is £20 which includes coffee and lunch.

To book your place, or to let us know you would like to join the event online, contact Helen Harding

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