|Daniela Ochoa (Deacon, Old Presbyterian Meeting House)
How does being “green” and a “steward” of the world around us relate to our spiritual path?
Inspired by the Moth Radio Hour format, a panel of Meeting House members will explore and share their own “green” journeys. There will also be time for you to share about your own journeys—specifically as they relate to your personal spiritual growth.
Questions to consider include:
- When did you first experience God in nature?
- How do you demonstrate environmental stewardship and/or leadership at home, at work, or at the Meeting House?
- Do you have any fun anecdotes or have you had any particular “aha moments” about conserving and preserving our only habitat?
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Care for the Poor: Economic and Social Rights
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Light to the Nations: Rights of Migrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers
2019 Service Sunday
Midweek Connections: Singing Our Faith in an Ever-Changing World
Provocative Women: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Bathsheba in Matthew's Genealogy of Jesus