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Tools for collaboration between Montana’s faith leaders and scientists on behalf of our climate.

Would you like to bring your interests in faith and/or science into a collaborative conversation about positive social change for the world’s climate?

Friday & Saturday, October 12 & 13
Bozeman, Montana
Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture

The Montana Faith & Environment Coalition is hosting the first Faith, Science & Climate Conference (FSCA) to empower faith- and science-oriented individuals and communities to learn how to collaborate on climate change and environmental justice issues.

The FSCA conference will provide:

  • resources, networks, and project ideas for congregations and local communities.
  • workshops and national speakers that address education, inspiration, and tools related to local issues.
  • opportunities to build community and network.
  • thoughts and tools for engaging in broader public advocacy.

Overview

For details, check out the Program page to see the great line-up. We have engaging, passionate speakers from the science and faith communities. The Saturday afternoon breakout sessions will end with a facilitated panel discussion about strategies for going forward and how to implement the tools that you will receive at the conference. All presentations and breakout sessions will be recorded live for later streaming.

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KCMM 99.1 The One interviewed Connie Campbell-Pearson about the FSCA Conference on October 3. You can still listen here .

Keynote Presentation Free & Open to Public

Friday, October 12, 7:15 pm
Emerson Center Auditorium

Introduction by Sue Higgins

The Rev. Canon Sally Grover Bingham

Rev. Bingham will speak about theology and ethics, social justice, and climate action. Today, we are facing the need for a cultural change. All living things are sacred. The earth, its air, water, and land is sacred and are the children of God, we are supposed to care for it. We are the gardeners. We are also called to love our neighbors by helping to protect them.