ECR District UMW Annual Celebration
“The Power of Bold: Rescuing Our Earth”
October 26, 2019
Good Samaritan United Methodist Church
Come celebrate a year of mission and ministry with El Camino Real District UMW! Greet friends from across the District, and make new friends! Make beautiful music together, worship God, celebrate United Methodist Women!
Our keynote speaker is Susan Stephenson, Executive Director of The Regeneration Project and California Interfaith Power and Light. She is an experienced advocate for environmental and other public interest organizations.
In addition to gathering in celebration of the year, there will a panel discussion and workshop related to responding to an earth in climate crisis. The panel will include:
- Susan Stephenson, our keynote speaker
- Betty Spencer Dickey, Western Jurisdiction Guide with National UMW Environmental Justice Department.
- Jenny Green, from Mothers Out Front South Bay, Mobilizing for a Livable Climate
Get more information on the Annual Celebration web page.
Registration is $12, including lunch.
Online registration is available!
Please register by October 19, 2019.
Note that for a couple of weeks, online registration was unavailable. The problem has been resolved. Thanks for your patience!
This rally is designed to inspire, educate and motivate all for increased climate action and to support the Youth Climate Strike. Come on out and add your voice! Address: 65 Cahill St., San Jose, 95110.
Organized by the the Peninsula Peace & Justice Center, this rally is designed to inspire, educate and motivate all for increased climate action and to support the Youth Climate Strike. Debbie Mytels, a supporter of CIPL, will be speaking at this rally. Address: 450 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto.
Wilder than Wild is a one-hour documentary that reveals how fire suppression and climate change have exposed Western landscapes to large, high intensity wildfires. The film goes on to explore strategies that are being developed to help mitigate the impact of these fires.
The screening at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Walnut Creek is part of the Season of Creation, and a larger effort to engage communities in conversations about the future of wildfire. A discussion will follow the screening, with the film’s writer/producer Stephen Most.
Address: 1924 Trinity Ave, Walnut Creek, 94596
Click here for more information.
How has transportation evolved over time, and how does this evolution move toward generating a sustainable transportation ecology? Join us to learn more about how transit technology has advanced to respond to both current and anticipated future needs. From insight into the mechanics of self-driving cars to visions from the past of what a vehicle of the future could be, as well as personal stories from our transit systems—tonight we’ll give the technologies that will drive our future mobility an approachable and humanistic voice. Click here for more info.
Liore Milgrom-Gartner, CIPL staff member, will be included on the panel. Come, learn, act!