Thursday, September 15, 2022 from 7:30 PM to 8:45 PM EDT
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Center for Deep Green Faith



Ecological Grief, Hope, and Resurrection in the Environmental Crisis

 Thursday, September 15th at 7:30 EDT/6:30 CDT

Faith communities traditionally offer their members consolation and support in times of grief. But at a time when more and more people experience grief from environmental losses churches typically have remained silent. How does a lack of public mourning affect people and society? What role can faith communities play in helping people during times of ecological stress and grief?

This webinar will feature Caroline Holmes, a Seasonal Park Ranger at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Utah. She graduated from the University of the South with a Bachelor of Arts in Environment and Sustainability and a Master of Arts in Religion and the Environment. Caroline combines her passion for education and the environment as an interpretive park ranger with the National Park Service. As a NAI Certified Interpretive Guide, she creates and presents programs that encourage participants to see the environment differently.

What to Expect

After announcements and introductions, the guest speaker will take 20 - 30 minutes to present on the webinar topic. This will be followed by a panel discussion with Center staff and guests. There will then be time for questions and answers from the attendees.

We encourage you to arrive a few minutes early to work out any connection issues.