What’s the big deal about faith and the environment?
The news these days is full of “congregations caring for God’s creation.” But with all the other issues facing our world, is the environment really a top priority? How does environmental concern flow from a religious life? Do faith communities have a role to play in environmental policy? How can we maintain hope in the face of seemingly insurmountable environmental problems?
Let’s talk about it over lunch!
Come to the 7th Annual Peace with Justice Luncheon of the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church for a conversation with Bee Moorhead, Executive Director of Texas Impact and Texas Interfaith Power & Light. Joining Bee will be former Texas Public Utility Commissioner Karl Rábago.
12 noon – 2pm
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
THE LOFT, THE WOODLANDS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
2200 LAKE WOODLANDS DRIVE,
THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
$16.00 per person.
Reservation deadline is May 20, 2008. Please mail your check made out to the Texas Annual Conference UMC to:
10375 New Wedham Rd.
Brenham, TX 77833
For more information, call 979-830-5210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SPONSORED BY BOARD OF CHURCH & SOCIETY OF THE TEXAS ANNUAL CONFERENCE, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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