- Good News in the City
Climate Care Corner: Upcoming Action Opportunities
Sunday, March 18 at 1:00pm in the Forum: Age of Consequence
Through the lens of national security and global stability, this film looks at the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity and migration. Described as” 'The Hurt Locker' meets 'An Inconvenient Truth.'”
Sunday March 18-Wednesday March 21 at the Kripalu Center in Lenox: Facing Climate Change with Courage and Heart.
Trinity parishioner Sarah Finnie Robinson brings together leading climate scientists and activists with mindfulness teachers to delve into topics such as Global Warming 101; Nature Connection Experience; Activism and Mobilization; Spiritual Activism: Radical Compassion and the Right Use of Will; and Climate Change and Mental Health. For more information on this unique retreat, visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, March 26 at noon at the State House.
Join Rev. Margaret Bullit-Jonas as she helps lead: "LET MY PEOPLE GO! Exodus from Fossil Fuels: An Interfaith Witness for Climate Action." At 12 Noon on Monday, March 26, people from all faith traditions will gather at the State House in downtown Boston to witness to climate injustice in our state and to speak truth to Governor Baker. After an interfaith ceremony at the State House, the group will move in procession to the Back Bay, where a new pipeline project is slated to power luxury high rises with fracked gas. Supported by prayer, a smaller group will carry out an act of peaceful civil disobedience to keep fossil fuels in the ground. More information may be found on the Facebook events page.
Good News in the City is a series of conversations about civic and spiritual issues in Boston with people who are taking action to create a more beloved community. It is hosted by the Reverend Rainey Dankel, Associate Rector for Community Outreach & Ministry Development; and by Simone John, Outreach Coordinator.