Engaging the Climate Crisis

Climate Change may be a global issue, but it has real and devastating impacts to local communities. For clergy, pastors/ministers and people of faith, as they see their communities effected, there is a realization that climate change is not simply a civics or economic question, it is a moral one. 


We encourage all people, especially people of faith, learn more about how Climate Change impacts God's good world and the ways we can respond to the harm it causes to people and the environment. 


For pictures of our 2018 Climate Training event, see our facebook album

training Details

Our 2018 Training was a success!  Thank you to the Climate Speakers Network and Climate Reality for their leadership and support. 


Please check back for information about upcoming Trainings. 


Our focus for the training was to offer faith leaders and people of faith the opportunity to network, learn how to best support their communities and congregations, and process the hope and grief of climate work in a sacred sanctuary space. 


The history of this training—The idea for this training follows the success of the Ministers’ Trainings at the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Seminary, in New York City. The opportunity to collaborate with the Climate Speakers Network to bring a similar training to the west coast seemed clear and timely. 


Presenters

Thank you to our presenters for the May 2018 Training

Karla Brollier & Jill Leaness of the Climate Speakers Network

Alison Carey, Oregon Shakespeare Theatre

Rev. Sharon Delgado, Earth Justice Ministries

Rev. Terri Stewart, Peacemaking Circle and Restorative Justice Minister

Coyote Marie Hunter-Ripper, Traditional Practitioner and Cultural Ambassador

Jennifer Schlomming, FUMCA Music Director

Don and Alona Steinke, Sierra Club Coalition Organizers

E. Jamie Trammell, Professor of Enviromental Science, SOU

Marjorie Trueblood-Gamble, Director of Diversity and Racial Equity, SOU

and special thanks to

A Muse Zoo.


    Engaging the Climate Crisis

    A collaborative effort of Climate Speakers Network, a program of the Climate Reality Project, and the Ashland First United Methodist Church.


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