BMPC offers opportunities to explore the ways that we, as Christians, can promote environmental stewardship and the care of God’s creation. Through our Environmental Justice Committee, we offer educational instruction, promote environmental awareness, and engage in efforts to help green the BMPC campus. This committee founded and is engaged in the efforts of the Main Line Interfaith Green Group, an ongoing environmental stewardship movement. It also brought environmental scientist Pieter Tans and environmentalist and author Mary Pipher to our church last year to speak about climate change and healing the earth (both pictured above).
Interfaith Climate Advocacy Training: Climate Disruption is a Moral Issue
Saturday, Oct. 14, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Congregational Hall
This training ia a day of preparation for people of all faiths. Learn how to speak with moral authority on the issue of climate change in Pennsylvania. Sponsored by PA Interfaith Power and Light. Lunch and snacks provided. Registration required.