The earth is getting hotter, and unless we act to stop it, it's going
to continue, and it's going to be bad. This is the prediction of many
scientists today. Whether
we doubt it or worry about it, climate change has been called the
greatest threat and challenge of our time. What will it mean to face
this challenge with courage and integrity? Let us reflect on how we can we bring justice, peace and
world community to bear on the health of our planet. How can we turn
things around and make the impossible, possible?
Come hear Teny Gross, executive director of the Institute for the
Study and Practice of Nonviolence, speak on the importance of nonviolence
in our world today. It promises to be an excellent talk. Hope you will
There will be religious education classes at 9am today, and there will
be childcare provided at 9am for children 6 months to 3 years of age. The choir will sing at 9am.
Westminster Unitarian Church, 119 Kenyon Avenue, East Greenwich, RI 02818