Time: April 17, 2016 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: St. John's Episcopal Church
Street: 500 North Roan Street
City/Town: Johnson City
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Event Type: panel, discussion
Organized By: Ted V. Jackson
Latest Activity: Mar 9, 2016
Can our religious beliefs help our environment? Come listen and participate in a discussion to foster an increased desire and action to protect the creation on Sunday, April 17th. A panel of six faith leaders will explore our common understandings of how congregations can address environmental stewardship. Invited speakers come from the Catholic, Protestant, Taoist, Islamic, and Jewish faith traditions. This second meeting in a discussion series highlights the upcoming Earth Day celebration on April 22. It is sponsored by the Green Interfaith Network and United Religions Initiative, who are working collaboratively on various issues facing the Tri-Cities area.
Date: Sunday evening April 17, 2016. Starting at 7 PM.
Location: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 500 North Roan Street, (downtown) Johnson City, Tennessee. Panel Discussion and Reception following to be held in the Great Hall.
Audience: This Interfaith event is open to the public. Donations are welcomed.
Sponsors: Green Interfaith Network, Inc. and United Religions Initiative, Northeast Tennessee Chapter
Media Contact: Ted Jackson, Green Interfaith Network, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org (423) 291-0964