The storms of the climate crisis do not only affect our physical lives, burning and flooding our homes and churches. These events have an extreme impact on our spiritual and psychological lives, traumatizing whole communities in their wake. Churches can serve as beacons of spiritual resilience in our communities, providing support in the midst of the spiritual storms of the climate crisis.
Join us for this virtual workshop to learn practical steps on how to learn resilience from God’s Creation and how your church can provide spiritual support for your community in the midst of climate-change-induced trauma.
Rev. Leo Woodberry, Pastor, Kingdom Living Temple in Florence, S.C; Executive Director, New Alpha Community Development Corporation
Dr. Beth Norcross, Executive Director, Center for Spirituality in Nature
Dr. Jan Holton, Associate Professor of the Practice of Pastoral Theology and Care, Duke Divinity School
Avery Davis Lamb, Creation Justice Ministries, Duke Divinity School, and the Nicholas School of the Environment