A climate change exhibition and interfaith discussion is taking place at Stocksfield Quaker Meeting House on Friday 30 September 2022 from 2:00pm.

The exhibition features 100 panels from the nationwide Quaker Arts “Loving Earth Project” and a further 16 panels were made by local Quakers. All panels show a personal vision of the potential loss to ourselves and our planet caused by climate change and how we might respond as individuals.

Event Speakers

Hassan Ameen (Student, Newcastle Muslim Community)

Rev Kanshin Lucas (Buddhist, Throssel Hole, Northumberland)

Each will speak briefly about their own faith response to the climate crisis, with time for questions and discussion.

Venue details

The Quaker Meeting House will be open from 2.00pm to allow time to view the panels. Alternatively for those attending online the panels can be viewed in the Gallery section of the Loving Earth Project website at http://lovingearth-project.uk/

The discussion will begin at 2.30pm and will be introduced with a Short Video, “The Global Story of Climate Change Loss and Damage and Who Should Pay for it”.’

View the event poster here, or for more information please contact the event organiser at quakermichael@gmail.com.

  • Date of Event 30 September 2022
  • Cost Free
  • Location

    1. Stocksfield Quaker Meeting House, Corner of New Ridley Road and A695 NE43 7LB
    2. Online via Zoom

  • Special Info

    Zoom Details:

    Meeting ID: 849 2535 9414
    Passcode: 759107