East Plains United Church
Climate Change Reading Group

CHURCH NEWS

Sunday Bulletin for April 22, 2018
  Rev. Alison Nicholson preaching: " Love means showing up."         PDF

Vista Orders.
 Due dates for orders are: April 29,  May 27, June 10 +24. PDF

Two Climate Change Events for April
 Saturday April 21 at 7:00pm. Film "A Quest for Meaning." Saturday April 28 at 7:00pm. Book study "Are we screwed?" by Geoff Dembicki. PDF

Letter from Agnes in Uganda
 Agnes has completed her year 2 course in tailoring and doing well with her grades.  PDF

Hamilton Conference.
 Click the link for the latest news from Hamilton Conference. Hamilton Conference website.

East Plains Co-op PRESCHOOL.
 for Toddler and Preschoolers. Programs for children ages 18 months-5yrs. Call 905 681-0233 or go on the internet to: eastplainspreschool.com

A complete list of activities is available on the Calendar page.

CLIMATE CHANGE READING GROUP

THE CLIMATE CHANGE READING GROUP resembles a 'book club', but with a particular focus: to understand the science, politics and economics of climate change. We hope to educate ourselves and to gain clarity into this urgent environmental issue, to consider how best to live personally in relation to the impending crisis, and to raise public awareness of the need for systemic change. For the first year we met monthly to discuss together a book we had all read, mainly on the science of climate change. Building on that background, we now meet four times a year, focusing mainly on books or published articles on the political and economic dimensions of climate change. Everyone is welcome, regardless of religious or political affiliation, if any.

Meetings are held, usually in the Campbell Room, near the door of the west parking lot of East Plains Church, on pre-planned and pre-announced Saturday evenings, with refreshments and casual conversation from 7:00 p.m., and structured but free-wheeling discussion from 7:30 until 9:00 p.m.

For more information contact the facilitator, Harold Wells, at 905-639-4125, or harold.wells@utoronto.ca