Calendar of Events

 Upcoming Events and Volunteer Opportunities 

  • April 12 6:30PM-9:00PM. Vacation Bible School Training for Baltimore congregations Click HERE for more information
  • April 14 9AM-2PM Baltimore Native Plant Sale, Church of the Redeemer, Baltimore. Buy native plants directly from the grower. Learn more HERE.
  • April 14 10AM Baltimore GROW Center Pop-Up, Easterwood/Sandtown Park n' Playground. Click HERE for more info
  • April 14 3-5PM Columbia Families in Nature's Community Forest Project Site Preparation Day to create habitat, benefit our watershed, and be a positive climate action. Event is free but registration is requested. Click HERE for more info
  • April 14 Alice Ferguson Foundation's Annual Potomac Cleanup. Volunteer or lead a cleanup. Click HERE for more info
  • April 14 9AM-12PM Potomac Conservancy's Potomac Watershed Cleanup at Fletcher's Cove, Jones Point Park and Anacostia Park. Click HERE for more info.
  • April 21 Vacation Bible School Training for Prince George's County congregations Click HERE for more information
  • April 21 10AM Baltimore GROW Center Pop-Up, Baltimore Community ToolBank. Click HERE for more info
  • April 22 3PM Inspirational Nature Walk at Centennial Park in conjunction with Earth Forum of Howard County
  • April 28 9AM-12PM Potomac Conservancy's Potomac Watershed Cleanup at Columbia Island. Click HERE for more info
  • April 28 10AM-1PM Rain Barrel Workshop at Dayspring Retreat Center. Click HERE for more info
  • April 28 10AM Baltimore GROW Center Pop-Up, Madeira Street Garden. Click HERE for more info
  • April 29 2-5PM One Water Partnership Inspirational Bus TourClick HERE for more info
  • April 29 3-5PM Columbia Families in Nature's Community Forest Project Tree Planting Day to create habitat, benefit our watershed, and be a positive climate action. Event is free but registration is requested. Click HERE for more info
  • May 5 10AM Baltimore GROW Center Pop-Up, Langston Huges Community Resource Center. Click HERE for more info
  • May 6 3PM - 5PM Gaithersburg Interfaith Nature Walk, Malcolm King Park, Click HERE to sign up.
  • MAY 6 3-5 PM- One Water Partnership congregation Beth Am in conjunction with Miriam Avins of Baltimore GreenSpace, who will lead tour, including identification and extracting of invasive weeds and vines along Stony Run Contact Stu Stainman sstainman@gmail.com (410) 821-1446 for details
  • May 7  7 pm - Movie: High Tide in Dorchester- St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 1601 Pleasant Plains Road, Annapolis
  • May 7-9 Jewish Advocacy Days - Pearlstone Center - Details and registration Click Here
  • May 10 6:30PM Harford County Interfaith Nature WalkAnita C. Leight Estuary Center, Click HERE to sign up.
  • May 17 4:30-7:00PM Eastern Shore Faithful Stewards Action Social, Waugh Chapel, 425 High Street, Cambridge, MD. 
  • May 20 3PM - 5PM Frederick Interfaith Nature Walk, Catoctin Creek Park, Click HERE to sign up.
  • June 10 3PM - 5PM Sacred Grounds Workshop, Our Savior Lutheran Church, 4915 St Barnabas Road, Temple Hills, MD, Click HERE to sign up.
  • June 23 10:00AM - 12:00PM Harford County Interfaith Nature Walk, Susquehannock Wildlife Center, 1725 Trappe Church Road, Darlington, MD, click HERE to sign up
  • July 29 3PM - 5PM Sacred Grounds WorkshopBeloved Community Church, 17500 Indian Head Highway, Accokeek, MD, Click here to sign up.
Volunteer and In-Kind Needs 
  • Volunteers needed on Sat., April 22nd in Harford County from 9:45am-4:00 PM AND Sat. June 1st from 12:30-4PM. If you are available to staff an information table at these outdoor events at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center located at 700 Otter Point Rd. Abingdon, MD 21009 contact Bonnie Sorak at bonnie@interfaithchesapeake.org or 443-799-0349.
  • Want to volunteer more regularly during the Maryland Legislative Session for advocacy work? If yes, then you should sign up for our separate Action Alert emails
  • Are you willing to help us coordinate volunteers? We can use your help!
  • Do you like photography? Vidoegraphy? We are always looking for help taking photos at our events, and putting them together in slide shows.  
  • Are you willing to make 5-10 phone calls each week for us to help us follow up with engaged congregations? 

If you can volunteer with us, please complete our Volunteer Signup Form.

Thank you! 
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ON AIR: IPC in the Media

Living Questions: Faith-Inspired Environmentalism. Listen HERE as IPC's Executive Director Jodi Rose, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin and Emmalee June Aman discuss the role faith plays in motivating environmental activists and what religious scriptures and faith leaders say about humankind's responsibility in caring for Creation. The discussion was originally aired June 7, 2017 on WYPR 88.1FM.

On March 29, 2017, Jodi appeared on The Green & Sexy Radio ShowListen to the conversation HERE.