Faithful Resilience: Building a Resilient Community in
the Face of Climate Change
October 3rd – November 27th @
Christ Church United Methodist
In the midst of an ever-lengthening fire season, we can no longer pretend that climate change is something in the future. It is happening now, and we, as a church have the power to decide decide how we will respond. This fall, we’ll examine themes related to the land, migration, and the present moment; trusting that with God’s help we can grow our resiliency, and be a force of good in the world.
In addition to focusing on this theme in Sunday worship, Christ Church will sponsor weekly discussion groups beginning Oct 17. Both in-person and online, these groups are open to anyone in the wider community, and so you’re encouraged to invite friends, neighbors, and family members.
The proposed times are: Sundays, after worship, in person at CCUM; Tuesdays 2-3 pm, Zoom; Tuesdays 7-8 pm, Zoom; Thursdays 7-8 pm, Zoom.
Please RSVP your interest, and whether you’d prefer in-person or online, to email@example.com.
Happening Soon -
Sunday, October 17 at 12 noon, Christ Church United Methodist
We know that something needs to change. But we are so overwhelmed by the anxiety of Covid, climate change, and social upheaval. And we are already so tired that we find ourselves wondering if there is anyway we, as individuals, can make a difference.
That is why we need Beloved Community. To face the enormity of the problems around us, we need to ground ourselves in faith, bind ourselves together in hope, and work as one for justice and peace.
Friends from North Bay Organizing Project and Christ Church United Methodist want to build Beloved Community with you. We invite you to join us either in-person or on Zoom for a time of sharing our hopes, growing in relationship, and learning about how we can work together for social transformation. https://us06web.zoom.us/j/2090264177?pwd=MTkramp1Uy9oeXZzQXJhV2s0bjB6Zz09
*In-person participants must wear face masks, and abide by other safety protocol.