31 January: All Saints Church, Kingston

9 February: Canterbury Cathedral

14 February: No Faith in Fossil Fuels Ash Wednesday climate vigil service, London

22 February: Churches Together, Bristol

24 February: General Synod Environment Group, London

5 March: Chairs of Districts of the Methodist Church meeting, Northampton

15 March: Durham University webinar (online)

20 April: Communicators’ Course (Chichester)

23 April: Courageous Advocacy Network – Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership (online)

5 May: Climate Colloquy webinar, Community of Christ (online)

11 May: The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, London

17 May: St Augustine’s College of Theology, West Malling

19 May: Exeter Cathedral

24 May: Together for Christ His Kingdom and His Church (online)Se

2 June: LOVECHURCH, Bournemouth

8 June: Diocese of Oxford’s ‘Celebration of Creation Care’ event, Oxford

16 June: St Paul’s Church, Winchester

19 June: St Mellitus College, London

3 July: Nationwide Christian Trust, High Ongar

September: Winchester Cathedral

4 September: Church Mission Society, Oxford

22 September: Rochester Cathedral

6 – 13 October: St Paul’s Theological College, Malaysia

13 November: Canterbury Cathedral


15 March: Plymouth church event


  • Reply Carolynne Meer January 9, 2014 at 5:48 pm

    Hi Ruth, Can you please tell me more about the Land Conference at Wiston House. Kind regards, Cally

  • Reply Maria Wells May 27, 2019 at 1:57 pm

    Hello Ruth – we met in Bishops Cleeve Cheltenham and I was very inspired by your talk. I am working with a few other church members, in a city church in a culturally diverse area of Gloucester, to try to get an eco church award. We are hoping to have a ‘Green day’ in the Autumn where we hopefully can engage our community with environmental issues , we are in initial stages of planning and hoping to have a speaker. ( We have no money but could pay travel) is this something you might be able to do or of not recommend someone who could.

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