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Many Faiths, One World

This year, Earth Ministry/WAIPL joined with Seattle University to host Many Faiths, One World, an interfaith Earth Day gathering. Nearly 100 attendees heard how faith puts us in touch with the natural world in a unique “round robin” small group format.
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Interfaith Preach-In for Climate Change

Congregations from around country took part in a three day campaign over Valentine’s Day weekend to raise awareness about climate change as an urgent issue requiring immediate action.
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Putting Faith into Action at the State Capitol

Throughout the session, Earth Ministry/WAIPL members participated in multiple Capitol Drop-in Days, in which we spoke with legislators and their aides about our environmental priorities from a faith perspective.
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Totem Pole Journey Reaches Washington

The journey protests the degradation of native lands and waters from fossil fuel extraction and export. export.
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Young Adult Interfaith Conference

On January 12, Outreach Coordinators Jessica Zimmerle and Karin Frank joined over 120 other young people of faith at a Young Adult Interfaith Conference organized by the Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center and co-sponsored by Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light.
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An Islamic Perspective on Caring for God’s Creation

Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light was glad to participate in What on Earth are we to do? An Islamic Perspective on Caring for God’s Creation hosted by the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) on December 8.
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