On Sunday, April 18, we are honored to have the Rev. Fletcher Harper lead our 10am Worship Service, followed by a Conversation and Q&A period from 11:15-noon. The Rev. Harper is the Executive Director of GreenFaith and a pioneer of the global religious environmental movement.
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More about Fletcher:
The Rev. Fletcher Harper has helped catalyze religious engagement at scale in the fossil fuel divestment movement. He’s led organizing for multi-faith turnout at major climate mobilizations, including the historic Peoples Climate March in New York City in 2014. In addition to being GreenFaith’s executive director, he is a co-founder of Shine, an international faith-philanthropy-NGO campaign that accelerates support and investment in women and community-led renewable energy access initiatives in Africa and India. He was an early leader and is actively involved in the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative, which is training and organizing diverse religious communities to protect tropical forests and the rights of their Indigenous guardians and which is particularly active in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Indonesia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. An Ashoka Fellow and an Episcopal priest, he is the author of GreenFaith: Mobilizing God’s People to Protect the Earth.