Wednesday 26 July 4-6pm
An opportunity to enjoy food and fellowship while discussing the impact of climate change with Bishop Manuel Ernesto, Bishop of Nampula.
Please bring: something to sit on (some benches are provided in the garden!) any picnic food you would like to eat or share (no food will provided- everyone brings a little to minimise food waste!) an umbrella/waterproof just in case we are blessed with English Summer weather madness.
Bishop Manuel Ernesto, Bishop of Nampula in Northern Mozambique has been an outspoken prophet about the Climate Emergency.
During his short visit to London Diocese, who partner with the Diocese of Angola and Mozambique, we are delighted to have the rare opportunity to hear him in person.
He will be in conversation with the Revd Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James’s Church Piccadilly, who have kindly agreed to host us in their Eco Church Gold winning garden.
This is an informal event: we aim to have time to share food together and then listen together. We hope it’ll be a time of encouragement and challenge as we hear once again the deep call to the Church for climate justice.
All are welcome!
There is a Redemption Roasters coffee shop within the grounds of St James Church if you wish to purchase drinks or snacks.
This event is hosted and arranged in partnership with ALMA (Angola London and Mozambique Association) who are hosting Bishop Manuel during his visit, and with the Earth Justice team at St James Piccadilly.