Vote With Your Fork: Caring For The Land That Sustains Us
Saturday March 21 9:30 am -1:00 pm Westminster Hall
The Adult Education Committee of Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church invites you to join us for an informative workshop including presentation, conversation and table fellowship. Together we will consider the biblical and theological basis for living in a sustainable way and what that means as we address the interrelated issues that impact hunger in our community.
Facilitator: Sarah Ogletree, Program Coordinator for NC Interfaith Power and Light. Sarah holds a Master of Divinity with a concentration in Sustainability from Wake Forest School of Divinity and she is passionate about assisting religious organizations in understanding their role as stewards of the natural world and its inhabitants. NCIPL connects the faith voice of North Carolina around climate change, encouraging mitigation of the effects and resilient communities through its programs and engaging in the public policy process by advocacy with compassion.
Lunch will be provided by Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Horizons Catering For A Cause; food is regionally sourced and sustainably grown. IFFS is a local organization pioneering innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. Along with Horizons Catering IFFS programs include BackPack Buddies, Mobile Markets, Farm and Gardens, Community Health Education and Culinary Apprenticeships.
There is no charge for this event, however we do request registration so that we can plan for materials and food. Please sign up below