Around New Mexico
Sat., July 1, 7 pm
Wade through Deep Water with Holy Fools Arts
ABQ Mennonite Church, 1300 Girard Blvd NW, ABQ
Join in the creative exploration of water through scripture, dance, circus, poetry....all for a purpose. Young folks will especially like this holy production by other young folks. Holy Fools offers prophetic reflections on the current economic and ecological challenges facing the world through art. Admission by donation, no one turned away, suggested $5-$20. Co-spons
ored by Albuquerque Mennonite Community and NMIPL.
Wed., July 5, 6:30 pm
Ethics, Geo-Engineering and the Climate Challenge with guest Cynthia Scharf
Unitarian Universalist Church, 107 W. Barcelona Rd, Santa Fe
Cynthia is the senior strategy director of the Carnegie Climate Geoengineering GovernanceInitiative and a fellow with the Children's Investment Fund Foundation. She comes from a deep faith perspective that informs her work, which previously was with the UN working on Climate Change in the UNFCC negotiations.
Event free. Co-sponsored by NM Conference of Churches, NMIPL and Unitarian Universalist Santa Fe Social Justice Team and United Church of SF.
Sat., July 29, 9-12:30 followed by lunch
Rewilding Our Way: Creation Care Rising in New Mexico
Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, 5415 Fortuna Rd. NW, ABQ
Todd Wynward, NMIPL board member, author, educator, wilderness expert and more will present in an interactive manner an exploration of a faith basis for creation care and next steps. RSVP to
by July 22 for food count. Event open to all and by donation. Co-sponsored by NMIPL, St. John the 23rd Creation Care Committee.
Sat., August 12, 9-2:30
One Earth Conservation Nurture Nature Program
ABQ Bachechi Open Space
Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner, wildlife veterinarian, multispecies minister, and co-director of One Earth Conservation will guide and facilitate the day. Limited to 40 people. $20 per person includes lunch. All are welcome regardless of finances. Sponsored by First Unitarian Earth Web. Contact Sharon Hall at