Events

Faiths Working Together for Animals


Due to the current corona virus restrictions all events are online.

Halki Summit – Covid-19 and Climate Change: Living with and Learning from a Pandemic 

Tuesday 26th January, 8.00pm EST – Impact on Nature
Wednesday 27th January, 8.00pm EST – Importance of Science
Thursday 28th January, 8.00pm EST – Implications for Health
The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently affected our planet and altered our lives.
The world has wrestled to survive and learned to live with the coronavirus. But what
are the lessons that we have learned? What has been the impact on nature and the
environment? What have been the implications for healthcare? And what have we
understood about the relevance and importance of science?
Further details and registration at Halki Summit IV | HALKI SUMMIT

Christian Ethics of Farmed Animal Welfare (CEFAW) – Webinars

Wednesday 13th January, 1.00pm-2.00pm GMT – Why Should Christians Care About Farmed Animal Welfare?
Wednesday 10th February, 1.00pm-2.00pm GMT – How Do Farmed Animals Flourish?
Wednesday 10th March, 1.00pm-2.00pm GMT – What Does Farmed Animal Welfare Cost?
Wednesday 14th April, 1.00pm-2.00pm GMT – What Can Christians Do About Farmed Animal Welfare?
To support how people can engage with its Policy Framework, CEFAW is hosting a series of free Webinars from January – April 2021. These will be led by members of the project team and are designed to support individuals and organisations to help enable creaturely flourishing. 
Further details and registration at CEFAW Webinars 2021 | Christian Ethics of Farmed Animal Welfare | University of Chester

Global Healing – Online Gathering for Prayer & Reflection 

Thursdays evenings from 18th February to 25th March – 7.30pm – 8.30pm GMT.
In 2015, Pope Francis published his ground-breaking letter on the environment Laudato Si’. Since then, millions of people worldwide have joined the global movement to address the environmental crisis our world is facing. This Lent, we are inviting YOU to join us for a series of reflective evenings with inspiring speakers, prayer and discussion, using the film-based resource “Global Healing”. These engaging documentaries will inform and challenge people to respond to Pope Francis’ call to Care for Our Common Home. Suitable for all who are concerned about what is happening to our world and who want to take action. 
To register please click
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcvcOuuqzsvEtMBwz2hxBzhhvwy0hcgyoEb

Interfaith Celebration for Animals

Saturday 21st March – 3.00pm-5.00pm GMT – by Zoom
Join the Animal Interfaith Alliance in their annual interfaith celebration for animals led by AIA Chair, Rev. Feargus O’Connor, featuring readings, prayers and reflections from all the major faiths.
Further information and registration details to follow.

Why not join in the following Regular Prayer and Meditation Link-ups?

Meditation for Non-Humans Every Sunday at 5pm GMT – Quaker Concern for Animals holds an interfaith or no faith meditation for named/unnamed non-humans. We hold them all in love and light and send healing. Contact QCA’s Clerk for more details – http://quaker-animals.co.uk/contact/
Prayer link-upEvery Wednesday at 9.30pm GMTWherever you are. Irene Casey has a prayer suggestion sheet: Tel. 01925 657890.

Annual Events

Interfaith Celebration for Animals – Held every year at Golders Green Unitarian Church by Rev. Feargus O’Connor.  Details of previous Interfaith Celebrations here.
Pope Francis’ World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation Every 1st September
World Animal DayEvery 4th October http://www.worldanimalday.org.uk
Meatless Pledge DayEvery 25 November (Sadhu Vaswani’s birthday). Sign the pledge here…

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