Now Available: Video of PA IPL Interfaith Spiritual Care 2022 “Walking Through Life With Active Hope”

Session 1: “The Cry of the Earth”

This meeting, recorded Wednesday, February 23, 2022, was the first of four sessions of PA IPL’s 2022 Interfaith Spiritual Care series, “Walking Through Life With Active Hope.” The theme of our first program is “The Cry of the Earth.” We explore this topic using Joanna Macy’s Active Hope spiral using poetry, meditation, readings, and song.

PA IPL Interfaith Spiritual Care 2022: “Walking Through Life With Active Hope”
Session 1: “The Cry of the Earth”
Wednesday, February 23rd at 7:00pm

This first session of our seasonal programs in 2022 will honor the spiritual gifts with which our creator has blessed us from the natural world. The program will include interfaith prayers, meditation, and music.

This Spiritual Care series provides space for our interfaith work and expressions of our traditions. Each event is designed to help us come together, reconnect, and seek hope as an interfaith community.

PITTSBURGH — Interfaith gathering supporting Global Climate Strike-Sept 20th

Location: Trinity Cathedral, 328 6th Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Time: 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
11:00 Interfaith Gathering Service
11:30 Peace Walk to City Hall (10 min) and Silent Meditation
12:00-3:00 Permitted Student-led event at City Hall — poetry, essays, and music

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On September 20th, please stop your day to hold space for, and join, the wise voices of our courageous children and youth.

There will be a gathering of faithful people to support a global strike, in 4000+ cities, by young people seeking action on climate change. Pittsburgh’s gathering will be preceded by an Interfaith Gathering Service, followed by a Peace Walk to City Hall (10 minutes) and a Silent Meditation led and supported by the Interfaith Community of Pittsburgh.  High school and college students have organized the city-permitted gathering at the City/County building. The students will be reciting poetry, reading essays, and playing music from 12 -3 pm.

Our friends and co-sponsors at the Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh have posted this event for their community here.

Please also read this important letter for all faith leaders!