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Dragonfly on Filipendula

Dragonfly on Filipendula /WMEAC

West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) is offering a five-session program to encourage and support the desire to care for creation. This program is specifically designed to enable people of the Judeo-Christian faith tradition to gather for education, prayer, analysis and discussion of environmental and social issues that lead to action for a sustainable earth community.

Individuals or teams of two or more from faith communities are encouraged to attend. Facilitators are Sister Lucille Janowiak of the Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids, and Reverend Ed Perkins, United Methodist Pastor.

Registration prior to December 28 will ensure a sufficient number of study guides. To register or to obtain more information, contact Sister Lucille Janowiak at [email protected] (616.643.0306) or Reverend Ed Perkins at [email protected] (616.241.6622). Link to: Registration Form and Event Flyer.

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