Staying Strong in an Age of Climate Crisis
Faith and hope are indescribable sources of strength we carry deep in our hearts and souls, nurtured by elements of gratitude, wonder, interconnectedness, acknowledged reality, felt grief, and imagined future possibilities. In an age of climate crisis, how can we access and maintain deeper levels of faith and hope to sustain us in both our personal lives and in our activism for the planet?
Under Rabbi Katy's grounded guidance, and with the use of ancient and modern texts to help open the doors of emotion and the prayers of the heart, participants will have the opportunity to explore gratitude, despair, and other emotional responses to the state of the planet. There will be time for sharing circles, personal reflection, text study, being outdoors, art and/or storytelling.