Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s tenth annual Oregon Interfaith Earth Summit will take place in faith communities all over Oregon with the theme, “Care for Our Common Home: Building Neighborhoods for Climate Resilience.”
The first part of the event will be a plenary session on Zoom, with participants watching together from their regional locations across Oregon. Following the plenary, local hosts will facilitate in-person sessions focusing on relationship-building and learning with people of faith in their region. Each regional gathering will end with a climate vigil at 5 p.m.
Sunday, February 5, from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Hybrid event: Join virtual plenary session at local host hubs, followed by in person session and local vigil.
Local hubs include: Baker City, Beaver Creek (Beaver Creek UCC), Bend (Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon), Cheshire (Camp Lutherwood), Corvallis (First Congregational UCC), Dallas (Church for Our Common Home), Eugene (Unitarian Universalist Church), Florence (St. Andrew’s Episcopal), Medford (First Presbyterian), Newberg (First United Methodist), Portland (St. Mary Magdalene Church), and Salem (First United Methodist/The Micah Center).
If you prefer to join the event virtually instead of at a local hub, select the “Unsure” location option on the registration form.
If you don’t see a regional location near you, contact Cherice Bock to learn about other options.
$10 student rate
Scholarships available (select “Scholarship” option on registration form).
For consideration to add a faith-based or community event on the EMOregon Calendar, please fill out our Event Submission Form.