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Free and open to the public. Conversation begins at pm Register Here. Is this the end of the world as we know it? Is the climate crisis really a faith issue? Join us for an exciting evening with Dr. Keller as she shares with us excerpts from her forthcoming publication, Apocalypse Afterall. Keller is the Professor of Constructive Theology at the Theological School of Drew University, with concentrations in ecological justice and feminist thought.
Bring a friend, grab a libation, and join the conversation as we bring together ecology and theology. Appetizers will be provided. Register Here. Awakening Now! This event is free and open to the public. All ages are encouraged to attend. Register here.
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Together, they add up to a powerful movement growing by the day. Join John Akin, a Climate Reality Leader based in North Carolina, as he guides us through taking positive action to avoid the Earth from becoming unlivable. Ben Boswell, Senior Minister. Awakening to the Revelation, Featuring Dr. Join us for a dynamic forum and worship service as she walks us through the Revelation to John as it relates to environmental injustice.
Want to know how you can get involved in faith-based earth justice work in the community? Join us for a conversation with Charlotte-based leaders and activists who are doing the work and need our help! Facilitated by Mia McClain. Ben Boswell and Mia McClain for a conversation about reimagining our Lenten call to action in the age of ecological crisis.
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RSVP required — a registration link will be provided closer to the event. Join us for a conversation with Dina Gilio-Whitaker Colville Confederated Tribes , an award-winning journalist and columnist. Dina is a lecturer of American Indian Studies at California State University San Marcos, and independent consultant and educator on environmental justice and other Indigenous policy-related issues. Hamilton-Poore, Sam. Hayhoe, Katharine and Andrew Farley.
New York: FaithWords, Highland, Chris. Meditations of John Muir: Nature's Temple. Berkeley, CA: Wilderness Press, Detroit, MI: Thomson Gale, Horn, Gregory T. Hosenfeld, Charlene.
New York: Hyperion Books, Kirk, Janice E and Donald R. Cherish the Earth: The Environment and Scripture. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, Kunstler, James Howard. Langholz, Jeffery, and Kelly Turner. Lehman, Donna. What on Earth Can You Do? Louv, Richard. Lowe, Ben.
Minneapolis: Fortress Press, Moore, Mary Elizabeth. Ministering with the Earth. Louis, MO: Chalice Press, Moyer, Joanne. Northcott, Michael. Pearce, Fred.
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Boston, MA: Beacon Press, Phillips, Jennifer M. Preaching Creation: Throughout the Church Year. Boston, MA: Cowley Publications, Robinson, Tri and Jason Chatraw. Roddick, Anita, and Shelby Biggs Brooke. Sabin, Scott. Tending to Environmental Stewardship for God's People.
Simon, Arthur. How Much Is Enough? Hungering for God in an Affluent Culture. Sleeth, J. New York: HarperCollins Publishers,
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