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Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County

145 West Rose Tree Road

Media, PA 19063

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We all know our Earth is a sanctuary to be cared for if we, our fellow creatures, and generations to come, are to survive. Yet the challenges presented by our changing climate can be so overwhelming that we can easily become paralyzed by a sense of futility. How can we sustain ourselves - and one another - in responding to the call to care for our common home? The Rev. Alison Cornish, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light, and a Unitarian Universalist minister, will offer some pragmatic ways we can 'keep on keeping on,' and also sustaining our spirits, moving through our daily routines while also addressing the biggest challenge of our times.

Join Rev. Cornish for a discussion on Climate Change, Climate Justice following the second service on Oct 21 2018 in the Sancturary. Light refreshments to be served.

Any questions, contact Bob Redfern @ environmentaljustice@uucdc.org.

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