This year, the Climate Stewardship Summit will have a dual focus – engaging youth and young adults on the urgency of climate change, while providing the larger religious community with the tools and education to deepen their commitment to caring for our planet.
We all know that a major source of greenhouse gas emissions comes from personal transportation, so don’t miss out on the awesomeness of electric vehicles. From Sept 10 – 18, you can participate in National Drive Electric Week, which will showcase and celebrate electric vehicles. Read more to find out specific dates and locations in Connecticut!
The Governor’s Council on Climate Change (GC3) will hold a second round of stakeholder events on Tuesday, July 26th, 5:30pm-7:30pm (refreshments available at 5:00pm). RSVP at bit.ly/GC3-July26. The primary/central location will be in Hartford, with 9 satellite locations across the state (from Goshen to Groton and from Norwalk to Killingly). Participants at the satellite locations […]
After a successful round of GC3 stakeholder events, the CT Roundtable on Climate & Jobs will host its springtime gathering on June 7 at 7:00 PM in North Haven.
On Wednesday 4/27 at 2 pm, we’ll meet outdoors behind the state capitol with artist Susan Hoffman Fishman to create an artistic reservoir on the capitol grounds for all the legislators and public to see. “The Wave” has traveled from site to site throughout New England and beyond as a testament to the fact that we are all connected by water and responsible for its protection.
The Mystic Ecumenical Area Council invites you to a screening of “Merchants of Doubt” on Sunday, April 17 at the Mystic Congregational Church, followed by a facilitated discussion by Terri Eickel.
Internationally known folk musician, Dana Lyons, is performing a fundraising concert for IREJN on Thursday, April 28 at 7:00 PM! Suggested donation $25 (sliding scale of $10 – $100 available).
Lynn Johnson, founder and director of the Center for Serenity, invites you to the 20th Anniversary for the Center for Serenity and the 15th presentation of the Center for Serenity Award on Saturday, April 2 at 3:00 PM at First Baptist Church, 90 North Main Street, West Hartford.
Bishop Laura Ahrens, the Revs. Sandra Stayner, Stephanie Johnson and Virginia Army, and Professor Letty Naigles invite all who are interested to this important event on environmental ministry on Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm at St. Peter’s in Cheshire.
Former IREJN Executive Director Terri Eickel will be honored with the Center for Serenity’s 2016 Serenity Award on Saturday, April 2 at First Baptist Church of West Hartford. Proceeds will benefit IREJN and Pastor Chuck Redfern, a former IREJN Board member who is currently battling cancer for the third time.