Enthusiasm for protecting the planet creates a powerful connection. It unites people from different parts of the world. It unites people from diverse religious affiliations. Sacred People, Sacred Earth Day of Climate Action is a powerful showcase of that unity. It’s global. It’s multi-faceted. And it’s focused on environmental justice. No matter what your faith, on March 11, you’re invited to take action with others in your community and around the world. “Events like this are important because they serve to invigorate us and remind us that we are not alone,” says Wendy Steffensen, co-chair of Environmental Action Team for Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Washington. This work may be especially important for people of faith, to show us that we have a place in this dialogue. All of our futures, and those of our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, rest on having a livable planet.” –Wendy Steffensen Networking GreenFaith International Network, which includes dozens of faith-based organizations, emphasizes grassroots initiatives for its Sacred People, Sacred Earth Day of Climate Action event. Grassroots — with a wide reach. Some of the workshops, discussions, and other activities on March 11 are offered online. Interested participants from anywhere in the world can […]


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