NC Interfaith Power and Light, the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship and the Unity Church on Atlantic Beach are sponsoring a worship and roundtable event focused on ocean health and how to maintain vibrant coastal communities.
The event, “God’s Oceans and Coastal Communities,” will feature a diverse group of religious leaders discussing how stewardship calls us to responsibly protect creation and highlight the dangers to God’s oceans and coastal communities posed by climate change, pollution and offshore drilling.
The event is set for 6:30-8 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, 1300 Evans St., Morehead City, and is free of charge and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Registration is requested but not mandatory.
Susannah Tuttle, director of NC Interfaith Power and Light, will be the moderator with panelists including the Revs. Sally White of Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, Laticia Godette of York Memorial AME Zion Church in Greenville, along with John Pollock, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Morehead City, and Minister Gerald Godette of Aurora AME Zion Church in Aurora.
NC Interfaith Power & Light says it connects the faith voice of North Carolina around climate change, encourages mitigation of the effects and resilient communities through its programs.
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