The Second in the Creation Justice Series
February 18, 7:00- 8:30 pm
Christian faith like other religions calls us to live in harmony with the planet and peace with one another. But how exactly do we do that in our daily lives in the society in which we live? How do we choose our next steps amid the myriad of “green” options? What makes the most impact? What practice can we sustain? What deepens our growth and relationships? Whether you have been responding to the climate crisis for years or are just beginning, this session will help you take the next step. Learn more
Buff Grace first volunteered with Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light in 2016, praying with water protectors at Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline. In 2019, he joined the MNIPL staff to help congregations create climate action plans, introduce people to solar power opportunities, and resist Line 3 in Minnesota. He served for 12 years as an Episcopal priest, where he envisioned and helped start the first pay-as-you-can cafe in the Midwest, and before that helped start the non-profit MedShare, which rescues U.S. medical surplus for life-saving humanitarian aid overseas. He has worked as an organic farmer and a wilderness guide. He loves canoeing and listening to his children play jazz.