In partnership with Faith & Energy Action Team (FEAT), Interfaith Action of Central Texas (iACT), Interfaith Environmental Network, and Texas Interfaith Power & Light
W.H. Auden once said, “Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.” As people guided by divine Love, come deepen your theological understanding of water and learn about the state of water in today’s world. Religious leaders from a variety of congregations and traditions will share brief teachings and experts in the field will weigh in. As a group, we will respond with ideas for creative action. This is the third annual preach-off on climate change—as in years past, it promises to be a fun, interactive, yet weighty discussion. This preach-off is focused around water; water is the medium through which we will all experience climate change.
Date: March 26, 2017
Time: 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Servant Church Austin, 1605 E 38th 1/2 St, Austin, TX 78722
Cost: This event is free; $10 suggested contribution for dinner
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This Year's Preachers:
The Reverend Carmen Retzlaff, ELCA
Minister Joshua Harper, Baptist
Anjum Hanafi, Muslim
Rev. Betty Skwarek, Unitarian Universalist
Dr. Andrew Sansom, Presbyterian
Rabbi Lev Baesh, Jewish
Rev. Dr. Sherri Humphrey Benn, Christian
Imam Asim Shareef, Muslim
Rev. Crystal McCormick, UCC
Also participating in the program are representatives from:
The Sierra Club - Texas Living Waters program
Earth Day ATX
Citizens Climate Lobby