I had the privilege of representing Georgia Interfaith Power and Light at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta for their Earth Day service today. Rev. Taryn Strauss gave an inspiring sermon about care for creation. She referenced Ayana Elizabeth Johnson’s All We Can Save Project, and her Venn diagram to help people find their place in climate action.
Unfortunately, the answers to these questions aren’t always obvious, which is why I love facilitating the Work That Reconnects. It helps us to recognize our unique gifts and move through despair and into joy. It also connects us with possibilities in the Great Turning and a supportive community of changemakers.
Nuclear Watch South and Green Friends at Atlanta Friends Meeting, have joined together to sponsor a full-day workshop on Saturday, June 4th. We are also holding a Council of All Beings at the Lake Clair Community Land Trust on Sunday, June 5th. Both events are free and open to the public, although it would help us if you could register here so we have an idea of how many people to expect.
I hope to see you at one or both of these events!