Horsham

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GreenSpirit Meeting

Event at Horsham Unitarian Church    Wednesday 30th January 2019   7:00pm – 9:00pm

The Universe Story

The Universe Story is the story as revealed by science, from the big bang 13.8 billion years ago, through the creation of the stars, galaxies, planet Earth, life on Earth and our human journey. All cultures have a creation story – a story that describes where we have come from and about our place in the world. The Universe Story can be thought of as a modern creation story; a story for all people and the whole planet. More than this, the story can evoke feelings of awe and wonder; feelings that open us up to the beauty and magnificence of the Earth. Feelings that can inspire us to protect and take care of the Earth and all living beings Come and hear the Universe Story, told in part, through storytelling. Also, hear about some spiritual insights we can learn from this story. The talk will be followed by a time of discussion where we can share our responses to the story.

Ian Mowll will be  our speaker

Horsham Unitarian Church, Worthing Road, Horsham,
West Sussex, RH12 1SL, 01403 256788

ALL WELCOME.

There is a GreenSpirit group at the Unitarian Church in Horsham. The address is:

Horsham Unitarian Church, Worthing Road, Horsham RH12 1SL

And the website is: www.ukunitarians.org.uk/horsham/

This group is run by Maria Curtis (Minister, Horsham Unitarian Church)

For further details, please contact our administrator, Julie Dickinson    julie.dickinson@hotmail.co.uk or Church number 01403 256788

 

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Past meetings

‘Ethical Shopping Made Easy’ and  ‘Making your own Cleaning Products’

A GreenSpirit Invitation to you and to all in the Horsham area concerned with environmental issues and conservation of our planet’s resources. Non-church visitors will be welcome.

We are delighted to announce that Simon and Joy Carter will be leading a practice session on Ethical Shopping and making cleaning products.

The focus is on sustainability, such as avoiding palm oil (especially when not sustainably sourced), and plastic.

 Rev Maria Curtis will be showing a film about the Findhorn eco-village on the Moray Firth in Scotland, which she recently visited.
The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritually based community based on the principles of: Inner listening – taking time to be still and sense the guidance of the divine within; Love in Action – treating everyday work as a spiritual activity; and Co-creation with Nature – working in harmony with the natural world.
Come and find out more about this “living laboratory for transforming human consciousness”.

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