Events from the community:
Sun13Jan201911:30 amSt. John's Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Ave. in Berkeley
What do you know about climate change, which has been called “the greatest global challenge of our time”?
At the St. John’s Sunday forum on January 13, we shall learn about climate change and begin to discuss possible responses from the faith community. Susan Stephenson, Executive Director, and Dr. Cynthia Cudaback, Science Advisor, from Interfaith Power and Light will lead us through this discussion.
The forum begins at 11:30 am and runs to 12:30 pm -- it follows the 10:00 am worship service. Please join us for the service and for the forum.
Sat06Apr20198:30am - 12:00pmFirst United Methodist Church, Pasadena
Presentation features two speakers: Prof. Jess Adkins from Caltech on "Carbon Capture and Storage: Challenges and Possibilities and Lauren Faber O-Connor from Mayor Garcetti's office on "How to Keep Our Cities Cool: the LA Experience."
Hosted by League of Women Voters - California Interfaith Power & Light staff will be on-hand with resources, as well as a host of other organizations sponsoring.
First UMC, Pasadena address: 500 E. Colorado Blvd, 91101. Light refreshments provided.
Sat20Apr201910:00am - 3:00pmSt. John's United Methodist Church, Los Angeles
Join community leaders, faith leaders and equity partners for a celebration of Earth and all Creation! Hosted by the Watts Clean Air Committee, this event will highlight the launch of the Diesel Idling Advocacy Campaign, which aims to protect the health of students, children, the elderly and all community members. Come prepared to support, advocate and make a difference in Watts and the surrounding communities!
Location: St. John's UMC (a growing, vibrant and sustainable church!) - 1715 Santa Ana Blvd N, Los Angeles, CA 90002
Contact: Allis Druffel - email@example.com
Thu25Apr20196:30 pmErica Schilling Forum, Cabrillo College, Aptos
The Social Action Committee of Temple Beth El, Aptos, together with the Cabrillo Sustainability Council and Reel Work Labor Film Festival, present a screening and discussion of "Paris to Pittsburgh." This documentary highlights communities around the globe demanding and developing solutions to climate change. Come to this event and be inspired in your efforts for a healthier planet.
Cabrillo College, Erica Schilling Forum, Room 450
6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos, 95003
RSVP or more info at https://secure.latest.facebook.com/events/2116577761772151/
Fri26Apr20196:15 pm - 8:30pmTemple Isaiah, Los Angeles
Experience the joy of being with fellow faith and climate advocates! 6:15pm start the Jazz Shabbat Service; about 7:30pm enjoy dinner and discussion of the Green New Deal and other pressing federal climate policy. Speakers include Joe Galliani, South Bay 350.org, Russell Green, The Climate Mobilization; and Kathy Seal, Chair of West LA Citizens Climate Lobby.
6:15: Shabbat Jazz Service
RSVP is required for dinner. Please do so here.
Address: 10345 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, 90064
Phone: (310) 277-2772
Thu09May201910:00am - 2:00pmLos Angeles Cleantech Incubator
An event full of LADWP and faith education and incentives that can lower your operating costs and increase your organization's resiliency. Included will be an EV Ride 'n' Drive. You don't want to miss this!
Sponsored by Los Angeles Department Water & Power, Climate Resolve and California Interfaith Power & Light.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to attendees.
L.A. Cleantech Incubator is at 525 S. Hewitt St., Los Angeles, 90013. 8 blocks from the Korea Town Goldline stop or parking available for $4.
Thu23May20197:00pm - 8:30pm1520 Grand Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901
An excellent interfaith dialogue on caring for Creation from several major faith traditions. Moderated by Susan Stephenson, Executive Director of Interfaith Power & Light, sponsored by CIPL and Marin Interfaith Climate Action. This event is part of the speaker series of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael.
RSVP - CommunityRelations@sanrafaelop.org
For more information, call (415) 453-8303
Sun26May201912:30pm - 2:00pmUnitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento
This event features Michael Newland, a professional archaeologist and contributing author to the recent book "Climate Abandoned." It is sponsored by UU Sacramento's Earth Justice group, a very active and well-respected group within Sacramento's climate change efforts.
Address: 2425 Sierra Blvd, Sacramento, 95825
Free and open to the public
Wed29May20199:30am - 2:00pm525 S. Hewitt St., Los Angeles, 90013
An EXCELLENT opportunity for houses of worship in Los Angeles Department of Water & Power territory. In this event, there will be:
**On-site priority registration for Direct Install Program (FREE audit and energy-efficiency and water measures; possible thousands of dollars of free fixtures)
**EV Charger Rebate program info
**Solar Incentive Program info
**EV Ride 'n' Drive
For congregations just starting out or well on their way to sustainability, this is a great place to be for information, resources, and networking with others in the faith community.
RSVP at www.FaithCommunity2019.com.
Sun23Jun2019Fri28Jun2019All DayZephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center, NV
We are All Stewards of the Earth: Interfaith Approaches to Earth Consciousness
Join inter-religious leaders in the gorgeous setting of Lake Tahoe, NV for song, celebration, growth and discussion. Topics of conversation include "The Spiritual Roots of American Environmentalism" led by CIPL Executive Director Susan Stephenson. Plan for a time of awakening and relaxation. Click here for more information and registration.
Address of Zephyr Point - 660 US-50 Box 289, Zephyr Cove, NV 89448