Come to an evening of song, ceremony, preaching, prayer, and community with three prophetic changemakers working at the intersection of climate activism and spirituality. Features Rev. Dr. Ambrose Carroll of Green the Church; Rabbi Arthur Waskow of The Shalom Center; and Starhawk of Earth Activist Training. Come and be inspired!
The faith community is accomplishing a great deal to reduce carbon emissions and care for Creation. Efforts for climate justice is crucial and must be a pivotal piece of climate solutions. This event will feature: green jobs fair with Homeboy Industries and GRID alternatives; a panel with faith and justice representatives; and resources for faith congregations and people of faith to include climate justice work in their sustainability efforts.
You will have the opportunity to meet and greet 12 students from Middlebury College in Vermont, where Bill McKibben, the head of 350.org teaches.
Mark McReynolds – Director, A-ROCHA Southern California
Jackie Badejo – Watts Environmental Justice Advocate
David Andrade – Workforce Training Specialist, GRID Alternatives, and featured in “Paris to Pittsburgh” documentary
Time: 10:00am – 1:30pm (panels at 10:00am; green jobs and booths at 11:30am)
Place: Tabernacle of Faith Baptist Church, 11328 S. Central Ave, Los Angeles, 90059
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More info: Allis at (310) 752-3436; email@example.com
Come to a special multi-faith climate event that will be held at the Congregational Church of San Mateo at 225 Tilton Ave on Saturday February 8 from 10 AM – 2 PM featuring Rev. Jim Antal, Special Advisor on Climate Justice to the President of the United Church of Christ.
Jim is the author of Climate Church, Climate World, a ground breaking book that outlines the steps churches and their individual members can take to address climate change. He will address the gathering as well as moderate a panel of local faith leaders in discussion. Attendees will participate in group breakout discussions on climate activism.
The cost to register is $15 per person which includes lunch and beverages (If you would like to attend but cannot afford the registration fee, please call Gary White at 650-346-1519). Sponsors of the event include Congregational Church of San Mateo, First Congregational Church Palo Alto, 350 Silicon Valley Direct Action, Extinction Rebellion San Mateo & attendees.
Congregational Church of San Mateo – 225 Tilton Avenue, San Mateo, 94401
From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. Learn about leaders who are continuing to take action to transition to a clean energy economy – regardless of federal inaction.
The moderator and speaker for this event is Allis Druffel, CIPL staff member, who will highlight exemplary efforts from the faith community and ways in which houses of faith and individuals can strengthen their Creation-protection actions.
St. Joseph Justice Center, Mother Louis Room is located at 480 S. Batavia St., Orange, 92868
For more information, contact Yesenia at (714) 633-8121, x 7741, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All of Creation is meant to be celebrated and respected. This event will highlight talks by scientists, church leaders and community leaders, as well as booths and student projects. Allis Druffel, Southern California Director, will be one of the speakers celebrating the climate efforts of the faith community and outlining actions that folks can do to strengthen their efforts.
Holy Name of Mary Parish is located at 724 E. Bonita Avenue, San Dimas (at San Dimas Canyon Rd.)
For more information, contact Tom Nolan – (626) 372-1955; email@example.com