Join the UCC Southern Conference's Creation Justice Network for
"Biscuits and Popcorn: A Climate Mobilization Film Festival,"
Saturday, February 29 from 9:00 a.m. until noon
at Elon Community Church UCC (carpool with Gary Smith)
Thirteen presenters* representing 5 congregations and 8 NC faith-based environmental organizations, will be offering 5-minute film and slide presentations on Creation justice initiatives**
The national United Church of Christ's Council for Climate Justice has issued "A Kairos Call
to Action" calling for churches to address climate and inequality by developing 10-year
mobilization plans to meet these crises. In this new decade, get our congregation ready to
answer the call to of Climate Change and Creation justice.
So -- come on! Eat, watch, learn, fellowship, and discover new ways to engage our church and our community in love of, and justice for, all of God's Creation.
I’m going and would love to have riders join me!
Gary Smith/composting/Community UCC (Raleigh)
Terry Yasuko Ogawa/use of church land for nature trail/Congregational Church of Pinehurst
Randy Orwig or David Andes/solar array/Elon Community Church UCC
Craig Schaub/permaculture/Parkway UCC (Winston-Salem)
Sarah Horton-Campbell/Common Life Church and Farm (Saxapahaw & Graham)
Young Voices for the Planet: Mary Wagner
NC Interfaith Power & Light: Sarah Ogletree Ritter
Southern Conference of the UCC: LaShauna Austria
Soil & Souls: Rev. Dele
Interfaith Creation Care of the Triangle: Lynn Lyle
Zero Waste Church: Stephanie Allen
Resourceful Communities: Olivia Percoco
Southeast NC Climate, Disaster, and Justice Ministries: Gail McAfee and Mac Legerton
**from solar installation to permaculture to zero church waste to sustainable/sacred church land use to the link between racial equity and the environment. These will be followed by breakout Q&A sessions.