Interfaith Green Network Kick-off Event


“Faith and Green”

What green values are important to you and your congregation? What activity are you most proud of toward meeting those values? What is your vision for future green activities? World Café small-group discussions will give you and others from the community an opportunity to share and dialogue around these questions, in a facilitated and focused “deliberative democracy” setting.

Wednesday, September 18, 7:00-8:30pm, Oak Park Library, Veterans Room


The evening will be introduced by Clare Butterfield, founder of Faith in Place, an organization that helps 900 congregations of all faiths to better integrate their religious values and teachings with effective actions aimed at healing the earth.

Also, an original skit, on the problem of climate change, will be presented by the Fair Oaks ACTS Drama Ministry.


Wednesday, September 18


Oak Park Library, Veterans Room


For more information, or to RSVP, contact:

Jim Babcock

Interfaith Green Network

First United Church of Oak Park, Environmental Stewardship Team