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Graduates 2018-19

It is with great pleasure we would like to announce the names of our students who were awarded a BA (Hons) in Theology, Ministry & Mission from Durham University earlier this month. They are:

Tess Lowe (Truro Diocese) 

Ann Lewis (Exeter Diocese – seen here in her graduation gown) 

Annabel King (Truro Diocese – seen here in her graduation gown)

Carol Bache (Independent Student)

Hetty Kothari (Independent Student)

Caroline Raby (Exeter Diocese) was awarded a BA  – 

The Big Green Event February 22 2020 at Exeter Cathedral

The Anglican Diocese of Exeter and Exeter Cathedral are hosting ‘The Big Green Event’ on Saturday 22nd February. We would love you and others from your congregations/meetings/networks to attend. 
For details to book please go here: Big Green Event
The Church of England lead Bishop, Rt Revd Nick Holtam, will be our keynote speaker – fresh from General Synod!
The event will have two workshop sessions, with a choice of 10 local and national experts on Biodiversity, Climate Science & Adaptation, Community, Direct Action, Energy & Travel, Engaging Politicians, Food, International Perspectives, Theology & Worship; a panel for Q & A; and art & craft areas for children and all! There will also be stalls of resources form local and international environmental charities. The workshops are:

Choice of morning workshops:

  1. Climate Science & Adaptation; The Risks, Opportunities and Takeaway Solutions – Luci Isaacson, Director of Climate Vision
  2. Community: The Urgent Need To Work Together – Br Clark Berge SSF, Guardian of Hilfield Friary
  3. Eco-Theology – Prof Chris Southgate, Professor of Christian Theodicy, University of Exeter
  4. Energy, Travel & EcoChurch – Caroline Pomeroy, Director of Climate Stewards
  5. Worship: Beyond Plough & Harvest Services – create and use a simple act of worship together – Revd Andy Dodwell, Vicar in Barnstaple Mission Community & environmentalist

Choice of afternoon workshops:

  1. Biodiversity & Conservation In Our Churches – David Curry, ‘Living Churchyards’ Lead, Diocese of Exeter
  2. Direct Action – Jess Nicholls, Fridays For Future & Liz Dunbar, Christian Climate Action
  3. Food – Climate resilient agriculture and local food priorities for the new decade – Roger Cozens, Rural Development Consultant for international NGOs, governments and local food group
  4. International Perspective & the 2020 Lent Book: Saying Yes to Life – How caring for creation helps us to live life to the full and be part of God’s restoration story – Sue Willsher, Senior Policy Advisor, Tearfund
  5. Lobbying & Influencing Decision Makers – Jill Stone, Regional Coordinator, Christian Aid.