October 26, 2019 @ 9:00AM — 4:00PM
Spend a day with other people of faith concerned about the climate crisis.
Spend a day with other people of faith concerned about the climate crisis. Together we will consider how our faith speaks to this crisis, learn about ways it is being addressed, connect with leaders in our community working on this issue, discover how we can make a difference on an individual, congregational, and societal level, and be inspired to do our part.
The featured speaker will be the Rev. Fletcher Harper, an Episcopal priest and the executive director of GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental coalition providing leadership in the religious environmental movement addressing the climate crisis.
Tickets for $15, includes lunch.
Scholarships are available for students and those who may need them. Please contact Elizabeth Buckner at firstname.lastname@example.org for scholarship requests.
Registration closes Wednesday, October 23.
Tickets will be available at the door the day of the event for $20.
A certificate of attendance for 6 contact hours for continuing education will be available.
This is a Buttry Center for Peace and Nonviolence event.
8:30 Coffee and registration
9:00 Welcome from Central Seminary and the Buttry Peace Center
9:20 Opening Words - Rev. Fletcher Harper, Executive Director of GreenFaith
9:25 Climate Crisis Reality – Dr. Ruth Lofgren Rosell, Director of the Buttry Center for Peace and Nonviolence
9:45 GreenFaith in the Face of the Climate Emergency - Rev. Fletcher Harper
10:45 Speak up, Speak out as People of Faith - Rev. Fletcher Harper
12:40 Mobilizing and Organizing for Action Panel – How to get involved in addressing the climate crisis
2:30 Belief into Action for the Earth – Rev. Fletcher Harper
3:25 Call to Commitment and Closing Worship