leaf Come March 5, 7 p.m., St. Olaf College, Library 525

Join people from faith-based institutions throughout Northfield (including at the 2 colleges) to discuss this and what different churches have been doing and might do in sharing ideas and resources in the future.

The facilitator for the discussion will be Woodrow Wilson Visiting fellow


He has been active in his own church and on a national level in tackling environmental issues. We encourage people to obtain a very short excerpt available of his new book Hope for a Heated Planet: How Americans Are Fighting Global Warming and Building a Better Future (Rutgers University Press, 2009). The excerpt and a few words from Dr. Musil will help initiate the discussion.

Your church may have the excerpt or obtain a copy & more information about this event from Matt Rohn ([email protected] ) 507-786-3479.

To read a sermon by Dr. Musil regarding Global Climate Change, please click here.

What Does Church Have to do with Environmentalism?

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