Environmental Stewardship Class


“The Journey” is a collaborative project, created by Chris Searles and Kerry Stevens, which stems from Jesus' basic lesson that we should all take really good care of each other, teaching theology and actionable eco skills. This is part of First Baptist Church's Earth Month celebration (April). You're invited! (info below)



SPECIAL CLASS OFFERING


What:   THE JOURNEY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

Why:     This class will present information that helps connect  emerging faith ideas and Biblical principles with ecological living. The class takes the big problems of the environment and breaks it down into focuses on biodiversity, resource efficiency, toxicity, waste, theology, and emissions.

Who:    Class leader, Chris Searles, is an environmental advocate who has worked with small businesses, the City of Austin, and local faith groups.  Chris has created and produced educational events and festivals for families, schools, and greenies. Guest speakers, Reverends Leigh Jackson and Don Searles, will join in presentations  and discussions also.  Each class is open to both adults and teens.
 
When:   April 11, 18, 25, and May 2
Sunday mornings   9:30-10:45 am
OR
Sunday afternoons 2:00-3:15 pm
(no afternoon class April 25 due to Interfaith
Environmental Network’s Green By Faith event)

Where:  First Baptist Church Austin— first floor, room 164
9th & Trinity Streets, Downtown Austin

How:     There is no cost.  Each class is open to both adults and teens.

You may attend any one or all of the classes. Please consider signing up ahed of time via telephone or email:

First Baptist Church, 476-2626
email: kcappolino@fbcaustin.org
Take-away information will be provided.
 

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