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As people of diverse religious and spiritual traditions, what are our responsibilities, connections, and obligations to environmental stewardship? What wisdom can we draw on from these traditions as we work to heal and preserve the earth? This event includes a discussion by panelists who approach environmentalism from a variety of angles, including advocacy, activism, mental health, and theology.


Rev. Dellyne Hinton| United Methodist Church
Rev. Dellyne Hinton is pastor of Arlington-Lewin United Methodist Church and has been a passionate voice for environmental issues, both within her church and the wider community, as well as an advocate for green legislation. She also serves as president of the Central Maryland Ecumenical Council.

Matthew Lowe | Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative
Matthew Lowe is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). He studied counseling at William James College, following advanced studies in philosophy and theology at Harvard Divinity School and Columbia University.

Joelle Novey | Interfaith Power & Light
Joelle Novey has served as Director of Interfaith Power and Light (DC.MD.NoVa) since the fall of 2009, and speaks widely on the role that faith communities can play in the climate movement. She grew up in Baltimore at Chizuk Amuno congregation, and is now active in several Jewish communities in the DC area.

Bonnie Sorak | Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake 
Bonnie Sorak serves as the Director of Outreach for Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, including Baltimore city and county, Howard County, Harford County and Lancaster, PA. She chaired the Columbia Jewish Congregation's Green Team for a dozen years. Bonnie serves as CJC's representative to the Howard County's Jewish Community Relations Council and serves on the Howard County Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission.