July 11-14, 2019 in Nashville, TN
Grassroots religious environmental activists and professionals will travel from all across the United States to Scarritt Bennett Center in Nashville, TN, for training, networking and fellowship on July 11-14, 2019 for the United Methodist Church’s 12th Annual Creation Care Summit.
The Creation Care Summit is
an annual United Methodist event centered on care for the Earth and on
environmental justice. Attendees have explored the marriage of faith and
The 2019 Creation CareSummit will be hosted by the Creation Care
Ministry (Stewards of God’s Earth)
of the Tennessee Conference of the United Methodist Church.
The theme for the event “Building a Movement” will be championed by keynote speaker, Heather McTeer Toney, National Field Director with Moms Clean Air Force.
The event will include
plenary sessions, small-group workshops, worship and music. Participants will:
boldly of ways everyone can play a key role in healing the planet
how to build a strong movement for creation care and environmental justice especially
within The United Methodist Church
effective practices for this work
strength and inspiration through worship
with interfaith partners in this work
Keynote speaker Heather
McTeer Toney served in the Obama Administration as a Regional Administrator for
the Environmental Protection Agency. She made history in 2004 as the first
African American, first female, and youngest person to serve as the mayor of
Saturday sessions, which feature Toney’s presentation,
are open to the public, however, registration is required.
Registration & Sponsor Information
Registration for the 4-day event as well as for the Saturday sessions is at http://www.umcreationcaresummit.org/registration-information.html.
Registration closes on June 30.
This event is sponsored by:
For more information and registration on the Creation Care Summit and Creation Care, visit www.umcreationcaresummit.org.
Promote this event at your church!
Download this flyer & the video invitation from Bishop McAlilly