As a consultant and researcher in the field of energy, Andrew Pickford will discuss the spiritual considerations of energy. This talk will cover topical matters around our energy use and conservation, such as the ‘rationing of energy’, as well as philosophies behind political decisions related to associated infrastructure. For example, the talk will examine the values and beliefs which guide how we consume electricity. Crucially, it will ask what value our society places on energy and whether this is any different to other civilisations and periods of history. Plunger coffee, prayers, and a presentation, with an opportunity for questions and discussion.
Time: 9.30am – 11.30am.
Venue: Friends’ Room, Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace.
Entry: $5.00, including coffee or tea, and muffins.
Please book your place so that we can cater for you and ensure everyone has a seat. Registrations must be with Bishop Murray by the Monday before the event you are attending. Phone 9325 5766 or email: