Prophetic voices for climate action: learning from young people of faith acting for climate
25 Sep 2020
Learning from young people of faith acting for climate
25 September is the Global Day of Climate Action. For this day, The Lutheran World Federation will host a Season of Creation webinar on the topic of Prophetic Voices for Climate Action. Ecumenical youth from around the globe will gather to share their experiences of climate action.
We will hear from:
- Charles Bakolo Mvula, Coordinator of Renew our World from the Green Anglicans,
- Luiz Filip Fialho and Daniel Dos Santos Lima, Brazilian activists from the Manaus Anglican Community,
- Kelly Sherman-Conroy, a Lakota-Sioux theologian studying at Luther Seminary, and
- Aaron Salzman from the Catholic Divestment Network and Laudato Si’ Generation.
Event languages: English (translation into Spanish)
NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, streaming has been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Event live-streaming language: English )
Many churches in the ecumenical family observe the “Season of Creation” (also known as Creation Time) between 1 September and 4 October, the Feast of St Francis of Assisi, as observed by some Western traditions. For the Lutheran communion, this liturgical season of prayer and action is an opportunity to affirm LWF’s commitment to address a central crisis of our time – climate change. “Jubilee for the Earth” is the 2020 theme for the “Season of Creation”.