Hope for Creation - Keynote Address: Spirituality of Environmental Care

May 29th

The spirituality of environmental care recurs throughout human history, but may be more important today than ever. Spirituality grounded in wonder has existed since the beginning of human civilization. Indigenous peoples the world over have always included the natural world in their spiritual practices, and elements of eco-spirituality can be found in most world religions today.

Come participate in a discussion of the Spirituality of Environmental Care as described from a variety of perspectives, including Marqus Cole presenting an Evangelical view, Page Checketts presenting from the Mormon Environmental Stewardship Alliance, Yoshi Silverstein presenting Jewish understanding, Barry Moses on Salish spirituality, and Melanie Mullen representing the National Episcopal Church. And YOU!

The presentations begin at 7:00pm at St John’s Episcopal Cathedral, 127 E 12th Ave, with audience engagement following prepared remarks. Free admission. This event will be livestreamed on Youtube and on the Cathedral Facebook. Brought to you by Native Culture and Environmental Stewardship, EXPO+50.

St John's Episcopal Cathedral

127 E 12th Ave
Spokane, WA 99203

  • Admission: Free
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM