FREE stuff! Paris to Pittsburgh screening kits

Get it because it’s worth getting — the FREE part makes it easy! Between now and mid-August, congregations, community groups, and even individuals can register to get a free screening kit for Paris to Pittsburgh, National Geographic’s realistic, hopeful film about climate action and solutions. Running time 79 minutes, in segments. The screening kit includes … Continue reading FREE stuff! Paris to Pittsburgh screening kits

PITTSBURGH: Paris to Pittsburgh movie screening and discussion

The First United Methodist Church of Pittsburgh invites friends, neighbors, and community members to join members for National Geographic’s realistic, hopeful film about climate action and solutions: Paris to Pittsburgh, and stay for discussion afterwards. Check out the trailer right now:

SCRANTON: Paris to Pittsburgh movie screening and discussion

Join us PA IPL Board member and Marywood University faculty member Melinda Krokus and others  for National Geographic’s realistic, hopeful film about climate action and solutions: Paris to Pittsburgh, and stay for a facilitated discussion. When: Tuesday, April 9th from 7-9 pm Where: Marywood University, The Learning Commons, Room 331/337 Students, faculty, staff, and members … Continue reading SCRANTON: Paris to Pittsburgh movie screening and discussion

Religious Leaders Condemn Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

President Trump’s announcement on June 1, 2017 that he will withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement has inspired a diverse chorus of condemnation from religious leaders and organizations in the U.S. and across the globe. If your tradition or denomination has issued a statement that you don’t see listed below, please let us … Continue reading Religious Leaders Condemn Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

Letter from diverse faith communities on the Paris Agreement

PA IPL is pleased to be represented on this letter by the national Interfaith Power & Light network.  It was sent to the President, the Administrator of the EPA, the Secretary of State, and several other national leaders. May 9, 2017 President Donald Trump The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear … Continue reading Letter from diverse faith communities on the Paris Agreement