Join the Plenty launch event

Plenty!, the group discussion resource from Green Christian’s Joy In Enough programme, launches on Thursday 24th of June at 7pm. The event will be online, and you’re welcome to join in.

You can expect a key-note speech by Eve Poole, author of Buying God. She says “I am delighted to support Green Christian’s launch of this fantastic toolkit. We can all build a more Kingdom-shaped economy if we pay attention to the detail of our own transactions. Plenty! helps to explain what has gone wrong with our world, as well as how to start fixing it, and I can’t wait to see this resource blazing a trail throughout the UK and beyond”.

The talk will be followed by a panel discussion with the following contributors:

  • Jeremy Williams, activist and author of Climate Change is Racist & The Economics of Arrival
  • Eve Poole, author and Church Estates Commissioner
  • Sue Richardson, a board member of the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility and chair of Church Action for Tax Justice.

The discussion will be chaired by John Daniels, who says “Green Christian’s Joy in Enough project is excited to be launching Plenty!. It’s an accessible and informative small group resource, which will challenge and encourage those who want to begin to join the dots between the environmental crisis, the global economy’s Great Stagnation, and Christian faith in the one who came that we might live abundantly”.

Finally, the evening will include a presentation on Plenty!, when there will be the opportunity to hear from Katherine Hogg, author and content developer of the resource.

All the Plenty! materials, which are designed to download and use online or offline, will be available for downloading after the launch on 24 June here.

The launch event is free and you can book a ticket here.

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