In a 5-part series coordinated by Peter Rood, we’ll hear from leaders from 5 major religious traditions: How does each spiritual tradition inform us about taking action on global warming?
One session will focus on the Encyclical Laudato Si’ by Pope Francis (published May 2015). The Feb. 24 session will focus on the Muslim perspective, and Mar. 16 the Hindu perspective. Other planned speakers will give Jewish and Buddhist perspectives.
The international climate talks in Paris are fresh on our minds, and Peter chose to make this the focal point of his Lenten “Soup and Spirituality” series.
Speakers will be:
February 17 – Alice Druffel (Christian)
February 24 – Jihad Turk (Islam)
March 2 – Elizabeth Rice (Buddhism)
March 9 – Jason van Leeuwen (Judaism)
March 16 – Chris Chapple (Indic)
You can attend any session that interests you, or as many as fit your schedule. Come join curious people as we gather for a simple meal and a speaker, to reflect upon this pressing issue.
Soup and Spirituality: Climate Change
Wednesdays Feb 17, 24, Mar 2,9,16
Food at 6:30pm; speaker at 7:15pm
Community Hall of Holy Nativity
6700 West 83rd, LA 90045
no charge (donations welcomed – or you can donate foodstuffs for LAX Food Pantry) Please RSVP so that we prepare enough food:
310-670-4777 or ECM RSVP form