Discipleship for Earth Healing
A dynamic weekend of spiritual exploration and ecological commitment with the Rev. Dr. Jessica Hetherington, Ecotheologian
For full program, see:
Carbon Pricing on Trial – Unpacking the Canadian Supreme Court Decision
An expert panel explains the far-reaching importance of the Supreme Court’s March 25 decision affirming the constitutionality of carbon pricing:
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
For updates on the progress of this fundamentally important bill C-15 through Canada’s Parliament, and how you can help:
Evangelical Christianity and the Climate Crisis
This webinar hosted by Rev. Dr. Brooks Berndt (author of Cathedral on Fire), Minister for Environmental Justice of United Church of Christ USA, can help our understanding of evangelical Christianity and its relationship to the climate crisis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no0mCd1brJk&feature=youtu.be&inf_contact_key=446bb0f9cebcf8a4a189934689583b75842e902fbe
Poverty Trends in London
The 3-year report of co-ordinated efforts by the City of London, the Child and Youth Network, and London For All. Poverty indicators and prevalence, and signs of some progress. Of relevance not just to London city but all of the Antler River Watershed Region:
Photo taken Sunday afternoon May 30 at the war memorial across from the Kettle and Stony Point United Church. More than 215 pair of children’s shoes, placed in the shape of a heart, in memory of the 215 children found at the Residential School in Kamloops.
Death in Gaza of Obaida Jawabra, age 17
Al-Jazeera has named and documented over 3000 Palestinian children killed by Israeli armed forces in the past 20 years, at https://interactive.aljazeera.com/aje/2021/palestine-know-their-names/index.html. One of the most recent was Obaida Jawabra, age 17, shot in the heart near his home in the Al-Arroub refugee camp near Hebron, on May 17. He was featured in a 7-minute video by Defense of Children International – Palestine, Obaida, which you can see at https://www.dci-palestine.org/ . One Palestinian face that you come to know; one short life.