Thank-You for joining us for the Women of Faith - Eco-Leaders Webinar on May 20, 2020.
Check out the link to the recording, slides, as well as a pdf of resources and Agnes Richard's intro script.
Stay tuned for more webinars in the future!
For resources from the presentation, download the PDF, Women of Faith Resources. To read Agnes Richard's intro to the webinar, download the PDF, Women of Faith Introductions. Additionally, learn more about Green Window, Crisis, Invitation, and Opportunity: Re-Imagining our Relationship with Nature, by downloading the PDF, Green Window Pandemic.
If you would like to find more ways to get involved, join the GCCM Canada newsletter to learn about other webinars, initiatives, and events.
In addition, you may participate in Village Earth Seasons starting on October 3-4: Beginning 9:00am Saturday – ending after lunch Sunday.
A New Short Interfaith Course in Eco-Spirituality and Practical Care for Our Common Home.
Featuring Sisters Linda Gregg and Mary Rowell (Session 1: Autumn). This 4 session program will follow the seasons of Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer to explore the wonder and wisdom of our God-created Earth. In each season we will observe the beauty of Earth in a contemplative spirit, learn the wisdom embedded there, reflect on the call to environmental conversion as expressed in major faith traditions, including Indigenous and participate in practical organic gardening initiatives. Both course facilitators hold doctorates in ecology and theology.
Cost: $125:00 each seasonal session or for the complete course $475:00 (includes accommodation, course content, meals and refreshments) Future session dates: (Winter, February 6-7; Spring, May 8-9; Summer, June 19-20, 2021). To register: 905-372-2741, [email protected] or www.villastjoseph.ca/register-for-a-retreat Cobourg, ON. Villa St. Joseph
For those that attended we hope the webinar and presentation were inspiring and will support your own greening and environmental initiatives in the future. If you were not able to attend we hope these resources will inspire and aid you in engaging with ecological justice in Canada