Responding to the climate crisis requires new forms of imagination. In this first public event of a series featuring the four elements (Water, Fire, Air, and Earth), immerse yourself in a conversation about water and the climate crisis in relation to faith and science. Participate in a Water Communion. Experience diverse prayer traditions. Share snacks and make new friends. Find out how the climate crisis is impacting different communities, and what you can do.

Date & Location
Thursday, May 9, 6:00-7:30pm
St. Mark Presbyterian Church
2200 San Joaquin Hills Rd,
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Pastors Sadie and Ryan Cullumber, Harbor Christian Church
Keila Villegas, Water Justice Director, Orange County Environmental Justice
Steve Allison, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCI
Rabbi Marcia Tilchin, Jewish Collaborative of Orange County
Dee Ustun, Pacifica Institute

Co-hosts Pacifica Institute, Jewish Collaborative of Orange County, and Harbor Christian Church

Free and open to the public

This program is part of the Wildland-Urban Interface Climate Action Network (WUICAN). Based at the University of California, Irvine, WUICAN is a consortium of community organizations, California Native American Tribes, land managers, and universities working together to develop community-driven policies and practices for land and water stewardship in the face of the climate crisis.