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How does climate change relate to our spiritual lives, our spiritual traditions, our living in hope or despair?  Do our spiritual practices or traditions give us useful tools or perspectives when approaching the climate crisis?  Do we need to re-examine or adjust the teachings of these traditions to take account of the challenges the Earth faces?  How might spiritual traditions and practices help us to cope with climate grief, motivate us toward meaningful action, and orient us toward the future?  

Join us for an evening of discussion of the relation of spirituality to climate change.  

This is part of an ongoing series of conversations where participants are invited to share their experiences and perspectives and listen respectfully to the contributions of others.  

Welcome to followers of all spiritual or religious paths or none.

There is no charge to attend, however your donation towards the upkeep of this historic, sacred site will be gratefully accepted. Donations may be made at the event or as outlined on our home page.

Please register in advance, as it helps with planning. However, those who have not registered are most welcome. Please register by clicking on the link below. Some browsers disable the clickable link; in that case send an email to to register.

Bring indoor footwear as shoes are removed at the door, and bring your own water bottle and/or hot drink.

Click here to register.