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Heaven & Earth at Ely Cathedral

Gaia will be the focal point of a special event to highlight and address some of the very real issues affecting our world. We all have a duty and responsibility to safeguard our planet and acknowledge the impact of climate change. We hope that Heaven & Earth - The World in Our Hands will raise awareness, educate and inspire us all to protect our world. This event will feature exhibits with a focus on climate change plus talks on environmental issues.

Heaven & Earth - Events

Friday 2 July, 1.30pm

Healing Herbs Workshop - by Katie from Wild Oak Workshops

Plant up your own kitchen herb garden with delicious herbs to invigorate you! More info

Saturday 31 July, 9.30am

Ely Cathedral Green Fair

Join us at the inaugural Ely Cathedral Green Fair showcasing eco-friendly stalls selling home-made, locally produced artisan products, plus vegan specialities, local beers and ciders. Discover more about our local environmental groups and how you can support them. A fun family Eco event for everyone to enjoy, on Cross Green (next to the Cathedral).

Free Entry.

Visiting Speakers

Talks take place in the South East transept of the Cathedral

Thursday 8 July, 6.30pm

Canon Peter Sills - 'Walking the Path of Hope' - more info

Thursday 15 July, 6.30pm

Hannah Malcolm - 'Grief and Courage in a Dying World' - more info

Tuesday 20 July, 6.30pm

Andrew Graystone - 'How Can We Live Hopefully in a World that Seems Hopeless? - more info

Thursday 29 July, 6.30pm

The Very Revd Dr Frances Ward - 'Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Cherishing Gaia' - more info

Sermon Series

Sermons will be given as part of the regular Sunday Evensong in July and all will be live streamed.

Sunday 4 July, 4pm

Revd Dr Jenny Gage - 'We Do Not Live to Ourselves': Creation and Mutual Responsibility'.

Sunday 18 July, 4pm

Canon Paul Andrews - 'The Lord has Compassion for Every Living Thing': God and Gaia'.

Sunday 25 July (St James the Apostle), 4pm

Canon Jessica Martin - 'Responding to God's Urgent Call for our Times'.

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