Water For Life tour 2019

Join us this September/October
We are delighted that CEPAD Directors Dámaris E. Albuquerque and Gilberto Aguirre will be joining us across the UK this September and October.

Water For Life tour 2019

Water For Life Tour 2019
Dámaris and Gilberto will be talking about the work of CEPAD which helps communities to address the impact of climate change and the causes of extreme poverty in Nicaragua, building sustainable communities and empowering them to realise their rights.

Dámaris E. Albuquerque from CEPAD in Nicaragua

Gilberto Aguirre from CEPAD in Nicaragua.

Thursday 19th September, 17:30 – 19:30
Shoreham-by-Sea Methodist Church
Brunswick Road, BN43 5WB

Dámaris and Gilberto will be joined by Garth Hewitt at Shoreham Church. Hear about their work with CEPAD and the challenges that Nicaraguan communities face due to climate change and the current political situation. Hear about Avocado Tree School which the people of Shoreham have been supporting for many years.

Refreshments and food provided.
Please RSVP to mhb.shoreham@btinternet.com

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Sunday 22nd September, 10:30
St. Pauls Church, Cambridge
Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 1JP

Dámaris and Gilberto will talk about the vision and work of CEPAD and the issues they are combatting; climate change, poverty and the political situation.

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Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th September
Once In A Lifetime — Climate Justice Summit
St. Paul’s Church, Cambridge
Hills Road, CB2 1JP

Dámaris and Gilberto will be our very special guests at our first climate justice summit. We are inviting community activists, experts, artists and theologians from the UK and the Global South to take part in an interactive 2-day summit at the 
St Paul’s Centre in Cambridge.

Full details can be found here.

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Thursday 26th September, 11:30 — 14:30 and 19:00  22:00
St. Lukes Church, Liverpool
71 Liverpool Road, L23 5SE Great Crosby

11:30am — 14:30pm
An open session to investigate climate justice issues.

Walk round a number of displays about our effects on the planet; meet our guests from CEPAD in Nicaragua and hear about how they are dealing with climate issues in the communities they support.

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Eventbrite registration

19:00pm — 22:00pm
An evening learning about the effects of climate change and why it is important to look at the issues through the perspective of climate justice.

Our guests from CEPAD in Nicaragua will describe their response to the needs of the communities they work in. The evening will end with group discussions on how we can take action personally.

Facebook Event Page
Eventbrite registration

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Friday 27th September, 12pm
The Parish Church of St. John-at-Hampstead
Church Row, London NW3 6UU

Nicaragua and CEPAD: 
Climate Justice and Christianity in Latin America 

Join us in Hampstead for a bring-and-share lunch with Gilberto and Dámaris. Learn more about their projects, liberation theology, and climate justice in Nicaragua. Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP to ayla@hampsteadparishchurch.org.uk

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Saturday 28th September
All Our World’s — Amos Day 2019
The Greenwood Theatre, Kings College London
55 Weston Street, London SE1 3RA

Join us for All Our Worlds — Amos Day 2019, which will take place at the Greenwood Theatre, Kings College London when we’ll share some of what we’ve been working on in 2019 and some of what we have planned for 2020 and beyond. Please join us for the whole day, or just the morning or afternoon sessions. 

Register for free tickets now.

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Sunday 29th September
St. Jamess Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL

Join us for an eco-church lunch at St. James’s Piccadilly. We will gather at 13:00 to eat together, with a presentation at 13:30. Bring your lunch and come and hear about the work of CEPAD and what climate justice means for people in Nicaragua.

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Thursday 3rd October
The Broomhill Hub, Greenock, Scotland
46 Mearn’s Street, Greenock PA15 4QD

Come and meet Dámaris and Gilberto, hear about their work with CEPAD and the challenges that Nicaraguan communities face due to climate change and the current political situation. Tea and coffee will be served on arrival.

Please RSVP to wjmpaul@hotmail.com

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If you are hosting Dámaris and Gilberto this September/October, please download our A4 poster for you to advertise your event.

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