Finding Inspiration in Climate Grief

Those of us who care about the environment and natural world cannot help but feel grief when considering all that has already been lost due to the changing climate, and the losses yet to come. But that grief isn’t the end of the road. As Elizabeth Rush stated: “The only way to survive grief is to care for what remains with even more heart than before.” This service will share ways to process climate grief and to find inspiration and a path forward.

Erica Bartlett is a long-time member of Allen Avenue and the Worship Committee. She is a lifelong environmentalist and enjoys writing, reading, going for walks, playing with her cats, and baking.

This will be a single indoor service at 10 AM.

Masks are now optional, but encouraged.

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