We need a climate revival!
After another year of record-breaking climate disasters, environmental injustices are degrading our communities, God’s Creation, and democracy. This year, we’re changing the script. Let’s move from degradation to resilience, from brokenness to restoration, from death to revival!
Join us virtually on January 20, 2022 to launch a year of “Resilient Creation & Restored Communities: Voting for Climate Justice in 2022”!
Featured Speakers Include:
- Karenna Gore, founder and executive director of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary in New York
- Dr. Randy Woodley, Distinguished Professor of Faith & Culture, Portland Seminary. Cherokee descendant. Public theologian and co-sustainer at Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice and Eloheh Farm
- Rev. Emmanuel Duncan, Senior Pastor of Gethsemane Baptist Church in Greenville and the Co-Chair of the Greenville Interfaith Justice Ministry
- Rev. Lennox Yearwood, President & CEO of Hip Hop Caucus, minister, and community activist
- Rev. Adam Taylor, president of Sojourners and author of A More Perfect Union: A New Vision for Building the Beloved Community
At this event, we will LEARN what’s at stake for our communities and climate in 2022, COMMIT to a year of engagement for resilience and restoration, and PRAY for a revival of climate justice.
Event hosted by the Southeast Faith Leaders Network (SFLN) with the support of the U.S. Climate Action Network.
SFLN Anchor Organizations include:
Creation Justice Ministries
Georgia Interfaith Power & Light
South Carolina Interfaith Power & Light
Alabama Interfaith Power & Light / The People’s Justice Council
North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light / North Carolina Council of Churches
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