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April 26--Water: Sacred Source & Human Right
Learn about the centrality of water for life with a focus on our watershed - the Chesapeake Bay. Explore the social and environmental justice implications of access to clean water, and its impact on wildlife habitat. The degraded health of our local water and the current state of the Bay calls for stewardship of this most precious element to sustain life. Globally, water is projected to become a primary concern over which conflicts may arise. What specific steps can you take to advocate for water justice and the health for future generations of all living beings. Our guest speaker, Kolya Braun-Greiner will draw on her theology and ecology scholarship, and experience working with Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, and Greater Washington Interfaith Power and Light. She has led groups on peace, environmental justice, Native American land rights, advocacy for farm workers, and is a trainer of the non-violence program Creating a Culture of Peace. Kolya holds an Masters of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
We have Sunday service at 10:00 a.m.
We welcome all members, friends and visitors to our Sunday services. Students in preschool through 12th grade meet on Sunday mornings during the worship service. A nursery is provided for infants. See our Children's Program page for more information.
An inquirer's class is held once a month after service. No need to register, just turn up and bring your questions!