June 14th - 2-5 PM Faithful Stewards of Prince George's County Workshop, Mishkan Torah Synagogue, 10 Ridge Rd, Greenbelt, MD 20770 Click HERE to Register, YOU are invited to a FREE TRAINING about STEWARDSHIP OF CREATION: Caring for Sacred Waters. Learn about Prince George’s County’s Alternative Compliance program and how to get your congregation involved.
May 31st - 2-5 PM Faithful Stewards of Prince George's County Workshop, Jerusalem African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 8415 Schultz Road, Clinton MD 20735 Click HERE to Register.YOU are invited to a FREE TRAINING about STEWARDSHIP OF CREATION: Caring for Sacred Waters. Learn about Prince George’s County’s Alternative Compliance program and how to get your congregation involved. Alternate Date includes June 14th at a different location (see below). You need only attend 1 session.
April 26th - “Walk the Talk: An Interfaith Response to Polluted Runoff” 3-5 PM Cathedral of the Incarnation, 4 E University Pkwy, Baltimore, MD 21218, Keynote Speaker Rev. Dr. Angela Shepherd. For more information click HERE or contact Bonnie Sorak at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click HERE to register for the event.
April 25th - 10AM - 5PM "Life Overlooked." An exhibition of photographs and videos featuring the diversity of life on Earth and advocating for protecting Earth's biodiversity. This includes images, provided by The Biodiversity Group, captured by children around the world who are learning to treasure the many, often overlooked living things around them. The exhibition is at Maryland Presbyterian Church, 1105 Providence Road, Towson, Maryland 21286. Co-sponsors are Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, The Natural History Society of Maryland and The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy.
April 19th - 2 pm "This Fragile Earth: Our Island Home", a panel discussion hosted by Emmanuel Church as part of the Chestertown's Earth Stewardship Days. 101 North Cross Street, Chestertown Maryland. Details here.
April 19th - 2-5 PM Sacred Grounds Workshop for Montgomery County congregations, Adat Shalom, 7727 Persimmon Tree Lane, Bethesda, Montgomery County, MD. To Register please RSVP to Elizabeth Stevens at email@example.com YOU are invited to join us for a FREE WORKSHOP where you can learn how to beautify your congregation’s grounds and reduce its environmental footprint by creating wildlife habitat and rain gardens, through the National Wildlife Federation’s Sacred Grounds Program and the Montgomery County RainScapes Rewards program that offers rebates for habitat projects that reduce stormwater runoff.
April 18th - 2-5 PM Faithful Stewards of Prince George's County Workshop, Turner African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 7201 16th Pl, Hyattsville, MD 20783 Click HERE to Register. YOU are invited to a FREE TRAINING about STEWARDSHIP OF CREATION: Caring for Sacred Waters. Learn about Prince George’s County’s Alternative Compliance program and how to get your congregation involved. Alternate Dates include May 31st and June 14th at different locations (see below). You need only attend 1 session.
March 28th - 1-4 PM First Christian Church Community Visioning Session, 5802 Roland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21210. Members and stakeholders who share space at First Christian Church - St. Andrews Christian Community, Congregation Bet T'kivah, The Gathering of Baltimore, and Mt. Olivet Christian Church will come together in faith to form a plan to restore creation by reducing polluted stormwater from congregational grounds as part of the Blue Water Congregations Program. If you live in this community or attend one of these congregations please join Questions? Contact Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-799-0349.
March 15th- 2:00-4:45 PM Waters of the Chesapeake- Learn how you can help make the Bay cleaner and healthier. Dr. Beth McGee, Senior Scientist with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, will share the inside story of the science and policy for restoring the Chesapeake Bay. Earth Forum of Howard County- Held at First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, 9325 Presbyterian Circle, Columbia, MD 21045 Information at www.earthforumhc.org
March 7th - all day workshop - Catholic Social Justice Convocation, Baltimore - IPC will be presenting a workshop on the connection between clean water and social justice issues - Details and Registration here
March 4th - 11 am Rally at the White House to Save the Bees - Outside the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue, in front of Lafayette Square.
March 3rd - 12 noon Rally to Support the 8-year Fracking Moratorium - Lawyer’s Mall, 100 State Circle, Annapolis, MD (north side of the statehouse circle)
February 28th - all day conference hosted by the Watershed Stewards Academy - IPC will be presenting a workshop called “Living Waters, Tree of Life: Spiritual Metaphors for Watershed Restoration” - More details about workshops here and register here through Feb. 25.
February 15th - Showcasing Congregations: 2015 Interfaith Forum
Interfaith Partners for the Chesapake is proud to co-sponsor the 4th Interfaith Forum of Montgomery County, which strives to bring congregations together to learn from one another, share praise for our Creator, and discuss projects to make a real difference in local stream health. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rockville 100 Welsh Park Drive, Rockville, MD 20850 [DETAILS]
February 12th - Baltimore Food and Faith Project
Feb 12th @ 7:30 - Baltimore Food and Faith Project and the Marc Steiner Show will screen the movie Food Chains at Red Emma’s (30 W. North Ave Baltimore, MD 21201). Following the movie, there will be a panel discussion moderated by Marc Steiner.
February 5th - Tu B'Shevat Sustainability Workshop
Hosted by Beth El Congregation and organized by The Associated and Pearlstone Center. Thursday February 5th 6:30-8:00. Details here.