Holy City: Reduce

holy city 0910Renfield St Stephen’s Church, Bath Street, Glasgow

Sunday 29th November 2009, 7.00pm.

Part of the ‘Revised Standard Visions’ programme, 2008-09

In the lead up to Copenhagen, HOLY CITY gives over its diet of workshops and worship to issues around climate change and the prophetic responses demanded of humanity.


‘Politics & Copenhagen’:

ROSS LOVERIDGE, Energy Advisor to the Scottish Government gives us an overview of the issues that need to be addressed at Copenhagen.

‘A Green Bible & Incarnation’:

JOHN L. BELL draws on biblical insight to discern what’s demanded of us as stewards of God’s creation.

‘The End Of Suburbia’:

RAYMOND YOUNG shows a film and leads discussion on the implications for the way we live in spaces and places today.

‘Still the World’:

FIONA EVANS & MAGGIE LARKIN host a contemplative space with image and sound from humanity’s urban and rural habitats.

Worship: ‘A Reduced Creation?’:

participative liturgy of song, silence, word, image and symbolic action on a faithful response to the environmental challenges that face us.

Holy City is organised by the Wild Goose Worship Group and a motley assortment of Glaswegian citizens.