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A Christian Guide to Environmental Issues

Haddenham vicar, Margot Hodson, and her husband, Martin, have just published a book "A Christian Guide to Environmental Issues". The book takes eight key environmental issues (climate change, biodiversity loss, water etc.).

It gives a simple introduction to each issue, and there is then a Biblical reflection. Each chapter has lots of stories!

The authors are holding a book launch on Thursday 1st October at 8.00pm at St Nicholas Church, Cuddington.

Come along and hear the authors tell you a little about the writing of the book, and its contents.

There will be light refreshments, and lots of books at a discounted price! Are are welcome! Do join Martin and Margot if you are able.

For more details of the book see here.

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