• Welcome and Land Acknowledgement – Leader
• Opening blessing and drumming by Tsumqwatun
• Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address Greetings to the Natural World
• The Flower that Shattered the Stone – sung by Laurel Circle
• Lament for Climate Change - responsive reading
• Silent prayer / meditation
• Reflection by Tsumqwatun
• Declaration of Interdependence
• Somewhere to Begin - Sing-a-long by Laurel
• Go in Peace to love and care for our Earthly home.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Nanaim0 Greenfaith Circle busy along the E & N right-of-way, planting the 80+ trees that were donated as part of the March 11 Global Day of Action, On the right, our very own Ripley-Morris family hard at work.
Thank you Izabella and Emmett
Unity Vancouver Island member Judith Hewko is the first to answer the Green Faith challenge to pick up a bag of trash near your home and post it on the Green Faith Facebook page. Judith says, "Yikes
only took me 15 minutes to get a bag full of trash picked up near
home., including the bag I found to put it all in in. Most it was
individual snack food packages and wrappers and drink containers. I
challenge everyone to just say no to pre-made grab-and-go individually
packaged snack and junk food, and canned and bottled drinks." Thank you for your leadership, Judith!
The Greenfaith Circle is a new group of Interfaith Leaders dedicated to action around the areas of environment, social justice and climate change. Called into action by Julia Roberts, it currently includes members from the United and Anglican Churches, the Buddhist Community, Society of Friends (Quakers) Unitarian and Unity Communities. Leaders and members of all faith communities are invited to join us. Nanaimo Greenfaith Circle is affiliated with the National organization, "Faith and the Common Good."
For information, contact Julia at email@example.com
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Our first event was March 11, 2021, Global Day of Action. Rather than protest, we chose to honour our forward-looking Mayor (Leonard Krog shown at top left) and council by presenting trees (75 native plants) to enhance their continuing reforestation efforts.