Earth Justice

Earth & Climate Justice Month: Living our UU Principles for
Mother Earth & our Children’s Future, April 2024

Sunday, April 7

Kick-off Earth and Climate Justice Month with a
Pledge to Act for the Earth and Our Children’s Future!


Adult Programming - How to Save the World and Yourself in 3 Easy Steps

Sundays, April 14 and 21
10:00 am-10:50 am
Room 4/5 CARE Building

Led by Betsy Bickel

Join us in connection, conversation, and journaling as we discover a path forward together through challenging times.

Averting planetary disaster is up to the people alive right now....Recognizing you are part of a timeless tug of war for social justice electrifies the present moment in a way that brings meaning and purpose to our lives...."we need a whole new world, and we all, every single one of us, has a powerful role to play as a midwife in this rebirth." From Not Too Late - Changing the Climate Story from Despair to Possibility.


Plant-based Eating Week

Week of April 14 - 19

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Songs of the Earth Concert

Saturday, April 20
7:00 pm
Fellowship Hall

FREE and open to all.
Donations to the Environmental Voters Project accepted.

Musicians include - Jewelsong, Stellaria, RiverFolk, Chris Macon, the CharMel Trio (Kristi and Andren Chilton, Pam DiLavore)

Earth Day 2024

Saturday, April 20

ERUUFians are encouraged to find a local area action to show your love for Mother Earth today! If you are unable to find one, grab a few neighbors and invite them to join you for a neighborhood litter clean up!

Earth Day Worship Service and Celebration

Sunday, April 21
Fellowship Hall
After 2nd service fellowship hour.

Celebrate Earth Day and the conclusion of Earth & Climate Justice Month ‘24 with fellowship, light plant-based fare, reflections, and a sacred circle dance!

Potluck and Film

Wednesday, April 24
6:00 pm Plant-Based Potluck Meal
Fellowship Hall

Please bring a vegan dish, but you are also welcome even if you are unable to bring food.

7:00 pm Film

Common Ground is a new film about how regenerating the world’s soils has the potential to rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems, and create abundant food supplies. This film explains why transitioning to regenerative agriculture could be key in rehabilitating the planet while simultaneously invigorating a new sense of hope and inspiration in viewers.

People are calling Common Ground “The Most Important Film You’ll Ever Watch” -- which is a really big claim. But it just may be true. View the trailer here.