Thursday, March 18, 6:00 p.m. to Friday, March 19, 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
6:00pm Gathering Music and Registration
7:00–8:30pm Plenary 1: “This Sacred Earth: Why Interreligious Partnerships are Indispensable in Addressing the Global Environmental Crisis”—Philip Clayton
8:30–9:30pm Workshops Continued Conversation with Philip Clayton “Living Green at the Mosque Foundation”—Sh. Kifah Mustapha,
9:30pm Sweet dreams!
Friday, March 19, 2010
8:30am Gathering music
9:00–10:30am Plenary 2: “Celebrating God, Celebrating Earth: Psalms, Sabbath and Holy Days”—Ellen Bernstein
10:30–10:45 am Break
10:45am–12:15pm Plenary 3: “Need, Greed and a Sustainable Future”—Saleem Ali
1:15–2:10pm Workshops “Caring for Mother Earth: A Native American Perspective on Environmental Justice”—Vance Blackfox Continued Conversation with Saleem Ali “Creating Faith in Place” —Claire Butterfield “Celebration & Hope: Farms, gardens & holy days: designing compelling interfaith projects”—Ellen Bernstein
2:15–3:10 pm Workshops “Organizing Environmental Interfaith Action Projects”—Christopher Stedman “Environmental Reflections on the Parliament of the World’s Religions—A Panel Discussion”—Michael Brenner, Michael Matson, Rory Phillips, and Prince Rajamony “Twelve Kinds of Fruit: New Earth as Whole Earth”—Tom Haverly “The Care and Redemption of God’s Good Earth: Perspectives from Christian Theology”—Robert Saler
3:30–5:00pm Plenary 4: “An Intimate Truth: Selling Water by the River”—Sevan Ross
5:00pm Closing Remarks
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