Participate in a Local Climate Awareness Activity

Commit your congregation to organizing or participating in a local educational or grassroots advocacy activity

Help raise awareness about the affects of climate change and the growing need for climate justice. Take this opportunity to reach out to members of your congregation and community and find ways to join together in shifting to a lower carbon future, advancing the rights of affected communities, and growing the climate justice movement. Options include:  

  • Form a climate justice coalition or become a member of an established coalition.
  • Sponsor a community education symposium on climate change.
  • Organize a local witness event or action for climate justice.

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Congregational Action

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  • signed 2016-03-18 15:55:11 -0400
    We are participating in Climate Awareness month with an alter growing each week as we start with honoring water, then fire, then air and then the earth. Each week we will share reflections and spiritual practices to connect with these elements. On the final Sunday we will participate in an Earth Day service, then the local Prescott Creeks clean-up event, and meet with them to discuss on-going neighborhood projects to keep our community clean.

    During the month we will also be showing Friday night movies each week focusing on climate change.
  • signed 2015-11-16 14:16:43 -0500
    First Parish publicized and took part in the November 10, 2015 Legislative Action Day at the Massachusetts State House sponsored by the newly formed MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action. Six First Parish members joined 200 other participants on the Grand Staircase of the State House to hear religious leaders and politicians speak eloquently about the need for climate justice. Afterwards, participants visited their local legislators to advocate for the five energy priorities advocated by the coalition.
  • published this page in Grow the Movement 2015-03-16 09:33:06 -0400

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