Texas is a big state! In order to provide an effective religious response to our shared environmental challenges, we need local teams on the ground in cities and regions across the state. Texas Interfaith Power & Light (TXIPL) supports the development of local, interfaith environmental networks—and is coming to Houston to start the conversation.
Amanda Robinson, Coordinator of Texas Interfaith Power & Light (TXIPL), will offer a presentation on Tuesday, May 8th about creating a local, interfaith environmental network in Houston. This program is co-sponsored by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.
Come be part of the conversation! Details are below.
To RSVP or ask questions, e-mail Amanda.
Want to invite friends and colleagues? Great! Check out the event page on facebook here.
Here's some language you can use for an e-mail:
I am writing to invite you to participate in a conversation about how the faith community can work together to create a local, interfaith environmental network in Houston. Amanda Robinson, Coordinator of Texas Interfaith Power & Light (TXIPL), will offer a presentation on Tuesday, May 8th, co-sponsored by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, about local networks--and facilitate a discussion about how Houston can faithfully organize around the environmental challenges we face.
Please join us, and invite others from your religious community!
For more information, visit the TXIPL story about this opportunity: http://txipl.org/content/txipl-houston-may-8-2012
If you have questions, would like more information, or if you’re ready to RSVP, please e-mail Amanda: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you,