Thank you to everyone that attended our Earth Day service livestream or used it in your communities! What a gift to worship together. We hope that you’ll enjoy the other events that we’re offering as part of Spring For Change: Active for Earthcare. We hope that you’ll join us and our partners at these events!
|From Ministry for Earth
Full Moon Spiritual Gatherings
Our Monthly Spiritual Gatherings help us ground, recenter, and imagine what is possible in a world in need of repair. To draw us more closely into alignment with Earth-based philosophies, we follow the Lunar Calendar. We gather, via Zoom, on the Full Moon to nourish our spirit. We have time for reflection and small group sharing. Our next gathering will be on May 5th at 4 pm PT/ 5 pm MT/ 6 pm CT/ 7 pm ET. Bring a pen and some paper!
**Notice the new date for June! We’ll take July and August off.
UUMFE Biodiversity Day
To celebrate International Biodiversity Day, join us on May 10, 2023 at 4pm PT/ 5pm MT/ 6pm CT/ 7pm ET to preview our new curriculum: “May You Survive and Thrive”. It is a multi-generational, arts-based family ministry curriculum designed to cultivate and sustain ecological awareness within and between congregations and communities. Join us to learn more about how you can use this in your congregation, family and community.
|From Our Partners
DRUUM Public Worship
Thursday, May 11
Shine on Resilient and Beautiful People
Shine on resilient and beautiful people with DRUUMM for our annual public worship featuring a festival of Black and Brown joy and resilience through original works of music and preaching. Musical director Amanda Thomas and guest minister Rev. Katie Romano Griffin are joined by gifted black and brown colleagues from across UU-verse to help bring some shine to your day including The Rev. Dr. Kristen Harper, Nasreen Khan, and Cassie Montenegro. We will feature original works of music, prayer, and poetry.
No Faith in Fossil Fuels, A Climate Finance Summit by GreenFaith
From May 8-11, people of faith will gather to learn about how banks and asset managers continue to invest in the fossil fuel industries that are destroying communities in the U.S. and around the world – and then find out how to hold these financial institutions accountable. Together, we can commit to taking the bold steps necessary to effect real change.
This summit is for you if you’re just making the connections between faith, finance, and climate, if you’re a money manager rooted in just climate values, or if you are part of a community wrestling with these questions.
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