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Ground for Hope-Bluegrass

 

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Saturday, March 8, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

Central Christian Church, 205 East Short Street, Lexington KY

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Ground for Hope-Bluegrass will consist of an hour-long keynote presentation and discussion session with Dr. Trisha Tull on Biblical teachings on the environment, followed by three thirty-minute workshop sessions that will give participants a range of resources they can take home to their faith community.

Keynote and Workshop Descriptions

Keynote:  The Bible and the Earth

Presenter: Dr. Trisha Tull

From the first verse of Genesis to the closing chapter of Revelation, Scripture has much more to say about the natural world than most modern readers see. In this keynote, we will examine passages from throughout Scripture that highlight both gratitude and concern for the entire created world, and that support an ecologically sensitive spirituality and ethic.

Workshop Descriptions

Worship, Religious Education, Spiritual Practice & Creation

Presenters:  Rev. Fletcher Harper, GreenFaith; Tim Darst, Kentucky IPL

Want to integrate creation-oriented themes into your congregation’s worship, religious education, and spiritual practices?  In this session, you’ll learn about exciting free resources that you can use or adapt for your faith community, including free curricula, GreenFaith’s GreenWorship resources, and more.

Greening Your Facility – A Whirlwind Tour

Presenters:  Stacey Kennealy, GreenFaith; Tim Darst, Kentucky IPL

Greening religious facilities and sacred space can be complex and challenging.   In this session, you’ll learn how to identify your priorities and find the resources and tools you need to succeed.  You’ll also learn about the GreenFaith Shield, a national environmental merit badge program enabling faith communities to earn recognition for their work.

Faith-Based Environmental Advocacy and Fossil Fuel Divestment

Presenters:  Rev. Fletcher Harper, GreenFaith; Tim Darst, Kentucky IPL

More and more faith communities are responding to the climate crisis and other environmental issues through advocacy.  And, there’s a growing international movement in faith communities on fossil fuel divestment.  Learn how you can get involved – as an individual and a congregation – on issues within Kentucky and beyond.

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