This Earth Day, join us for a two-part celebration that will leave you feeling inspired and energized to make a difference in your community!
From 7-7:30 PM join us for a movie screening of "Earth Water Woman" and from 7:30-9 PM for a panel discussion and celebration of congregational efforts to heal their local watersheds and the Bay!
Preview "Earth Water Woman"
About the Movie
"Earth, Water, Woman" spotlights the Fondes Amandes Community Reforestation Project in Trinidad and Tobago, and its charismatic leader Akilah Jaramogi, in their ongoing efforts to transform barren hillsides into a vibrant, healthy ecosystem. A micro solution for the macro problem of climate change, this documentary urges viewers everywhere to examine their relationship to their watershed.
How to View the Movie
IPC will be sending out a link and code providing access to the film "Earth Water Woman" to all who RSVP. You can then use this link to watch the film at your leisure prior to our event, or join us on April 22nd for a joint screening via Zoom prior to our panel discussion. The film will be available for personal viewing between April 9th and April 22nd.
Get your Green Team Active!
If you are looking for an event you can lead at your congregation, here's your chance. We are encouraging congregations to host their own movie discussions leading up to our event on April 22nd. You can view the movie on your personal device as early as April 9th and host a group conversation about the film using our Movie Discussion Kit. Simply RSVP for the event, and we'll email you the viewing link. To access promotional materials, click here.
All links will be sent out to those who RSVP via email. When you register please be sure to keep the box that says "Send me email updates" checked so that you will receive the link and for important updates as we get closer to the event.
Earth Day Celebration!
After viewing "Earth Water Woman" we will be celebrating the incredible creation care work that is happening in our own watershed. We will be joined by a number of special guests:
- Pastor Melinda Harnish Clatterbuck - Mennonite Pastor and Lancaster Against Pipelines Board Member
- Pastor Michael Martin - Pastor at Stillmeadow Community Fellowship in Baltimore City, restoring a 10 acre "Peace Park" forest on church grounds
- Joan Plisko - Community Sustainability Director at Pearlstone Retreat and Outdoor Education Center, and Jewish-value Sustainable Farm in Baltimore County
- The Rev. Diana Carroll - Rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Annapolis, restored an indigenous Chesapeake watershed with 21st century best management solutions
This event was made possible by our generous sponsors:
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