Public News Service
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Congregations in places of worship across North Carolina soon will hear a message about climate change. On Feb. 8-10, at least 36 places of worship in the state will participate in the fifth annual Preach-In on Global Warming, organized by the organization North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light.
www.preachin.org lists some of them.
Religious leaders, including the Rev. Craig Schaub of the United Church of Christ, Winston-Salem, will explain to their congregants why protecting the environment is a moral issue.
“Everything we can do to build a movement to stop what has been happening in terms of climate change, that’s a prophetic call to all of us who are people of faith,” Schaub said.