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March 2021

Date:
March 08

Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

We are fortunate to live in a time when many of us in the U.S. have access to energy to run our dishwashers, charge our phones, cook our meals and commute to our local United Methodist Women meetings. But is the energy that fuels all these possibilities just? How is it impacting the lives and health of women, children and youth in the U.S. and around the world?  Our Just Energy for All Campaign works for energy that is cleaner and more just for all of God’s people and creation. (more…)

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Date:
March 09

Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Hannah Shultz, Program Associate for Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (GIPL) joins GIPL’s Codi Norred for this week’s episode of Coffee & Something Stronger.  Hannah joined the GIPL Team in February 2021, and she works directly with congregations to assist with developing sustainable spaces and practices, launching a Green Team, or taking environmental action in their communities. Coffee & Something Stronger is a weekly show, featuring environmental leaders around Georgia and across the country.

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Date:
March 09

Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Georgia Solar Energy Association is hosting a Clean Energy Day at the Capitol! Clean Energy Day will advocate for solar energy and highlight legislative action to improve the landscape for solar deployment in Georgia.  (more…)

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Date:
March 10

Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Guided by ancient texts, Hasidic teachings, modern insights, guided meditations, and embodied practices, we will explore our sacred relationship with Creation with grounded joy. Together, we will engage with the challenge of recognizing and experiencing that we are part of the wondrous mosaic of life that both includes and extends far beyond homo sapiens. The questions raised in our discussions also have bearing on the reality of climate change: if we are truly one with the Universe, how should we behave, and what is our role in countering human habitat and planetary destruction?  (more…)

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Date:
March 17

Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Guided by ancient texts, Hasidic teachings, modern insights, guided meditations, and embodied practices, we will explore our sacred relationship with Creation with grounded joy. Together, we will engage with the challenge of recognizing and experiencing that we are part of the wondrous mosaic of life that both includes and extends far beyond homo sapiens. The questions raised in our discussions also have bearing on the reality of climate change: if we are truly one with the Universe, how should we behave, and what is our role in countering human habitat and planetary destruction?  (more…)

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Date:
March 21

Time:
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Join Unitarian Universalists of Coastal Georgia and Unitarian Universalists Fellowship of Statesboro for a worship service in celebration of World Water Day.  GIPL’s Coastal Engagement Associate, Hermina Glass-Hill, MHP, will be speaking on the importance of water preservation and access to clean, safe water for all.  (more…)

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Date:
March 22

Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

We are fortunate to live in a time when many of us in the U.S. have access to energy to run our dishwashers, charge our phones, cook our meals and commute to our local United Methodist Women meetings. But is the energy that fuels all these possibilities just? How is it impacting the lives and health of women, children and youth in the U.S. and around the world?  Our Just Energy for All Campaign works for energy that is cleaner and more just for all of God’s people and creation. (more…)

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Date:
March 25

Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Taught by GIPL Board member, Beth Remmes, this workshop is based on the work of Joanna Macy. Active Hope: Moving Towards a New Future is an interactive workshop which taps into our deep love and pain for the world. We will address the environmental and cultural problems that we are currently facing and move into a deeper understanding of how we can work towards a more sustainable, just, and peaceful world where all beings can thrive.  Each time you put your unique gift into action, you strengthen yourself, inspire those around you, and take a step in support of life on Earth. (more…)

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Date:
March 31

Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Come take a seat at our table at the Jewish Veg Zeder (Zoom Seder)! Lex Rofeberg, co-host of the Judaism Unbound podcast and recently ordained rabbi, will guide us through celebrating the Passover story with an eye to how its themes apply to our world today. How do we talk about liberation in the context of animal rights, environmental justice, personal and public health, worker justice? How can we create a world in which all human and nonhuman animals are truly free?  (more…)

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April 2021

Date:
April 18 - April 22

VIRTUAL ECUMENICAL ADVOCACY DAYS TAKING PLACE APRIL 18-21, 2021

Join faithful climate advocates for EAD 2021 to advocate for Climate Justice! EAD 2021 is an opportunity to support this global movement centered on and led by the people and communities most vulnerable to climate impacts due to historic racial and colonial inequities. Together, we will passionately advocate and reimagine a world that lives out the values of justice, equity and the beloved community. (more…)

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