Dear Clergy and Congregational Leaders,
GreenFaith, an international multi-faith organization, is engaging people around the world to address the climate crisis from a faith perspective. Like many of you we are at times sad, angry, and overwhelmed by the news stories that evoke images of danger and destruction. But we also know that people of faith have unique resources and a powerful call to respond.
On behalf of GreenFaith and the Columbia GreenFaith Circle, I am excited to invite you to a potluck dinner, presentation and discussion of climate crisis and what we can do as people of faith to respond.
Please join us to share wisdom, learn from each other, and to hear about the work of GreenFaith and other community leaders as we plan for Columbia’s “Earth Day, SC” Event. Representatives of your youth groups are also invited.
This potluck dinner will be held at Forest Lake Presbyterian Church, 6500 Trenholm Road on Sunday, March 1 at 5 p.m. Space is limited so please RSVP today! We suggest 5-7 people per congregation/organization.
All participants are asked to bring their contribution with the appropriate label “Vegetarian”, “Vegan”, “Gluten Free”, “Meat”, etc. Our program will include an excerpt of the film by Bill McKibben, a presentation about GreenFaith’s work, and information regarding Earth Day SC.
For more information and to RSVP, please contact Rev. Amy Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you there!
On behalf of the Columbia GreenFaith Circle,
Rev. Amy E. Brooks
GreenFaith Charlotte Organizer
Charlotte, NC; USA