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A Sustainable Race: Opening New Streams of Justice in our Environmental and Food Systems
September 16, 2016 - September 17, 2016
The Call: Justice is required to sustain life on our common home – the Earth. Humans must behave and act differently towards each other as well as the planet if we are to become a sustainable race. During this day and a half workshop, we will share and grow in:
~Contemplative practices that loosen the personal strands we hold to environmental and food injustices. Our goal is to transform, heal and nurture our spirits for the work of Earth justice.
~Group exercises that name injustices while creating new hope filled streams of knowing and being.
~Dialogue that creates new plans of action for the well-being of all of God’s children and all our relations within God’s Creation.
Registration of $200 includes 1 night lodging, 3 meals plus the transformative workshop!
Rev. Dele is a theologian, visiting professor in permaculture, contemplative and social activist who uses her skills as a Climate Reality Leader and spiritual director to assist churches to model sustainability efforts in underserved communities.
Rev. Steve Halsted – Clergy and Congregational Consultant for North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light. Retired UCC clergy from the Massachusetts, South West, and Southern Conferences