Friday, September 5, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
UU Congregation of Rockville, MD
The Greening of Southie is the story of Boston’s first LEED-certified residential green building and the people who made it possible. As a follow up to Labor Day, view this award winning 72 minute film to learn about green jobs and what LEED certification entails.
Sunday, August 10, 10:15 worship, 11:30 potluck
UU Church of Arlington, Arlington, VA
As a social justice issue, our diet hits a wide range of issues from the environment, living-wages, gender equality, immigration and food “deserts” (the lack of access to fresh fruit and vegetables, such as found in our own nation’s capital). This sermon will explore this important topic as part of our shared UU tradition.
Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions seeks a part-time community organizer to help us build an interfaith organization in Fairfax County, Virginia, comprised of people who believe that addressing climate change is an urgent, spiritual responsibility.
This Cove Point terminal would drain huge pools of Marcellus Shale gas for export 6,000 miles to Asia. It would be the first such liquefied natural gas export facility – containing a processing “train” of highly hazardous and volatile materials – ever built right next to a residential neighborhood.
Tuesday, July 29
Multifaith blessings: 8:30-9 am
Hearing: 9 am-8 pm
(on Tues 7/29 and Wed 7/30)
U.S. EPA Headquarters
1201 Constitution Ave, NW DC
Metro: Federal Triangle
Gather with Interfaith Power & Light, Creation Justice Ministries, and Sojourners at 8:30 am to briefly share our blessings and hopes for this auspicious process, and for the diverse religious leaders who will be offering testimony.
Caring neighbors are showing up at FERC’s headquarters each day this week to call attention to its undemocratic processes and insufficient review of fracked gas export projects. Join us on your lunch break on Friday when the faith community will come and stake a stand together.