A Drop in the Bucket: Water Conservation and Christianity
April 6 at 7:00 p.m. in Michaux House Room 304
Water is a powerful Christian symbol: the waters of baptism, Jesus gives Living Water, the Spirit of God hovered over the waters of creation, the Hebrew people passed out of Egypt and into the wilderness through the Red Sea. Join us as we ask how we as Christians can care for our local water sources.
Lorne Field is the Environmental Outreach Coordinator for the Chesterfield County Department of Environmental Engineering. He is a member of the James River Advisory Council and a Board Member of the Friends of the Lower Appomattox River. He is also Vice Chair of the Committee on Stewardship of Creation in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and volunteers his summer vacation time conducting environmental education at Shrine Mont camps.
He is an avid history buff and amateur photographer and enjoys hiking, snorkeling and trail running along banks of the James and Appomattox. Lorne graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a major in History and has experience in historical archaeology as well as environmental education.