Creation Care Corner: Week 2
The 2018 Lent Carbon Fast Pledge is now available on the Trinity website. Consider joining your fellow parishioners as we directly connect our everyday actions to greater stewardship of our fragile planet.
Over the next several weeks, the Trinity Climate Action Network will provide resources to deepen your understanding of complex dimensions of climate change. As a start, The New York Times offers an excellent interactive primer here.
If you are wondering about its effects on our health, read what the American Public Health Association has to say.
Or learn more about how climate impacts disproportionately affect communities of color.
We also hope you will be able to join us in deepening your awareness of climate change issues by attending our upcoming film screenings.
March 4 at 1 pm in the Forum: Time to Choose
Presents the worldwide challenges of climate change and the innovators and leaders who work to find a solution. Narrated by Oscar Isaac.
March 18 at 1 pm in the Forum: Age of Consequences.
Through the lens of national security and global stability, a look at the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity and migration. Described as "'The Hurt Locker' meets 'An Inconvenient Truth.'”
Bring a bag lunch--we will provide the cookies! Please RSVP here to give us a sense of numbers.
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.