Living Waters: An Interfaith Summit is envisioned to be a day of discovery and engagement. Join us to learn how our faith and passion for Virginia’s rivers and the Chesapeake Bay can foster, guide and sustain stewardship of water in our communities.     

 

In the morning, theologians, scientists, and elected leaders will share the challenges we face in protecting and restoring our waterways. During the afternoon we’ll explore ways the faith community can collaborate to overcome these challenges. We’ll investigate opportunities to take meaningful actions during the coming year. We’ll share programs and resources to help restore our local waters, beginning in our places of worship and working within our spiritual community.   

 

When: Tuesday, November 19, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 

Where: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA  23228

 

Who should attend: Faith leaders, “green team” members, individuals passionate about eco-theology and anyone interested in cultivating environmental stewardship within their own church, mosque, ekoji, or temple are encouraged to attend. 

Reconnect with the wonder of water and continue your journey of faith while helping to restore and protect Virginia’s rivers, streams, and the Chesapeake Bay. I look forward to meeting you in person on November 19th.

Register:  Spaces are filling quickly so reserve your seat today.

 The $25 registration fee helps to offset the cost of the conference and includes lunch and workshop materials

 

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Aimee Bushman
Virginia Grassroots Coordinator
Chesapeake Bay Foundation


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