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Footsteps

Faiths for a Low Carbon Future

Footsteps brings together faith groups in Birmingham to respond to the challenge of moving to a low carbon future.

Welcome

Footsteps (Faiths for a Low Carbon Future) brings together faith groups in Birmingham to respond to the challenge of moving to a low carbon future.

What is Footsteps?

Many faith communities are taking their own actions to help the environment; by coming together we can take footsteps side-by-side towards our common goal.  The main way Footsteps does this is by organising interfaith and multi-faith events to explore our responses to the high carbon present, and take action towards a low carbon future.

Footsteps (Faiths for a Low Carbon Future) is a project of Birmingham Council of Faiths reg. charity no. 1015006

How Can I Get Involved?

Check our events listing, to see the Footsteps events.  These are open to people of all faiths and no particular faith in Birmingham, who are concerned about the challenge of moving to a low carbon future, and how we can work together to achieve this.


Events

Footsteps organises events to bring people of different faiths togther, to work for low carbon future.

All are welcome

Our events are open to people of all faiths and no particular faith in Birmingham, who are concerned about the challenge of moving to a low carbon future, and how we can work together to achieve this.

They can range from speakers and discussion sessions to learn more about the challenge of our high carbon present, to taking practical action together for a low carbon future.

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Upcoming events

  • Small Footsteps 2017

    31/07/2017 - 05/08/2017 at Fircroft College, Selly Oak Small Footsteps 2017Small Footsteps is a free, week long interactive set of indoor and outdoor workshops for young people (11-14 years old) exploring the different themes of environment and the shared values of all faiths. Topics covered include: Water Food Waste Recycling Energy Nature & the cycle of life Trees Climate change…
  • Summer Foraging Walk

    13/08/2017 at Sarehole Mill, Birmingham Summer Foraging WalkA gentle walk along the River Cole to spiritually connect with nature, and to forage for nourishment without the need to harm our environment. Our guide is Rob, a local Pagan who will help us explore the spiritual side of foraging, and make sure we stay safe. All welcome to…
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