Eco-theologies (Video)

In our fast-paced consumer driven culture it can be hard to really figure out what it means to belong to a place. This Sunday, let us renew our connection to the land and open our senses to the language of a living earth; the one singing, signing, and speaking to us through the diverse characters of a more-than-human world.

We will explore the intersection of two major eco-theological concepts: Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Language of Animacy and David Abrahms’ Commonwealth of Breath as we seek to cultivate a spiritual discipline that makes clear our place as stewards and fellow subjects within nature’s tapestry.