Spiritual Resilience in a Time of Climate Crisis

With Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas

September 28 , 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

$90 (Includes lunch)

This program is full.


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About this Offering

The ecological crisis calls out for prayer. It calls out for a growing awareness that we belong to the Earth and that the totality of the web of life is holy. How does God speak to us through the natural world? What gives us energy, hope and spiritual resilience as we struggle to protect God's creation? How do we move through denial and despair into the joy of resurrected living? Held in a beautiful natural setting on the fringes of Long Island Sound, the retreat will explore a theological framework for “holding” our concern for the Earth, its creatures, elements, and people. The day-program, which is being offered in collaboration with Mercy Ecology, will include presentations, prayer, guided meditation, small and large group conversation, singing, and free time. The program is for people of all (or no) faith traditions. It is for anyone concerned about protecting a planet in peril.

About the Presenter

Margaret Bullitt-Jonas is an Episcopal priest, author, retreat leader, and climate activist. She serves as Missioner for Creation Care for the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and Southern New England Conference, United Church of Christ, and as Creation Care Advisor for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. She seeks to inspire and support a wave of religious activism to address the climate crisis, deepen reverence for God’s creation, and create a more just and sustainable society. To learn more about Margaret, visit https://revivingcreation.org/bio/.