7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Due to church building closure, please attend the meeting via Zoom at this link.
Growing inequality, racism and climate change are all consequences of our current paradigm of separation, according to Charles Eisenstein in his new book Climate: A New Story. This book gives us the tools to ground our social justice and environmental work in an awareness of inter-being that can radically transform our outcomes.
Sign-up for the 4 week study group of Climate: A New Story: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-a-new-story-by-charles-eisenstein-book-discussion-tickets-86656113769
Come join us for this 4 week discussion group to explore the newly emerging (and ancient) story – away from the story of “us vs them” and into a recognition of our true interconnectedness. This book will stretch your mind and heart – from a reevaluation of scientific reductionism to an empathetic defense of climate change deniers. We will look deeply at what it means to shift toward a world that works for all.
Monday evenings: March 9, 16, 23, 30.
7pm to 9pm
You can buy the book at Kepler’s and get 15% off when you tell them you’re with UUFRC book club.
For more information contact Marina Rose (firstname.lastname@example.org)