Please join us for our Pittsburgh & SW PA IPL Quarterly Chapter Meeting taking place on Wednesday, April 27th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm!
This month’s meeting and program will focus on Earth Day & Arbor Day.
We will begin with a Reflection, provide time for attendees to tell personal stories, include PA IPL updates and introductions, discuss regional events and actions, and learn more about Earth Day & Arbor Day.
January’s meeting and program focused on Indoor & Outdoor Ambient Air Quality. It began with a Reflection, time was provided for attendees to tell personal stories, there were PA IPL updates and introductions, and then we learnt more about indoor & outdoor ambient air quality from Ms. Wigington.
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Please join us for our first Pittsburgh & SW PA IPL Quarterly Chapter Meeting taking place on Wednesday, January 26th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm!
This month’s meeting and program will focus on Indoor & Outdoor Ambient Air Quality. We will begin with a Reflection, provide time for attendees to tell personal stories, include PA IPL updates and introductions, and learn more
about indoor & outdoor ambient air quality from Linda Wigington, of Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces (ROCIS).
Register hereto attend the SW PA IPL Quarterly Meeting and learn how you can be part of the February Cohort and impact the ROCIS Mission:
Reduce the impact of exterior environmental pollution in southwestern Pennsylvania to improve healthy and energy efficient indoor environments where we live, work, and learn.
We will automatically send you a meeting link after you register.
There is no fee for this program, but a suggested $5 donation will help us keep doing this work.
We look forward to welcoming you on Wednesday, January 26th at 6:30pm via Zoom.
PA IPL is launching the Southwest PA Chapter TODAY at 5:00pm! We look forward to seeing everyone at the City of Pittsburgh Rhododendron Shelter in the Highland Park neighborhood to unite existing PA IPL PGH Chapter members with new PA IPL members from around the region.
We are basing the SW PA Chapter Launch on three fundamental concepts:
We are spiritual beings with ties to the earth.
We must recognize this and the impact that we have on the earth and other human beings, particularly those in Climate Justice Communities.
As people of faith, we must organize, plan and complete projects that will reduce our impact and increase equity across the Commonwealth.
Highlights of this meeting will include a potluck dinner and a Cosmic Walk. Inspired by Thomas Berry’s work, Sister Miriam Therese MacGillis, created the Cosmic Walk ritual at Genesis Farm, New Jersey, in the mid-1980’s. Thomas Berry was a monk, cultural historian, author, teacher, and mystic who linked spirituality with ecology.
PA IPL will provide refreshing water to drink. This will be a Zero Waste Event! Please consider bringing your own plates, knives, forks, and spoons to help us achieve our goal. PA IPL will provide compostable tableware for those who cannot bring their own. New and existing members should bring their favorite dishes to share in this opportunity for increased fellowship. Portable restrooms are available at the Shelter.
Bring your friends, family, congregational members to experience the Cosmic Walk and build our PA IPL SW PA Chapter!