Symposium on Spirituality and the Environment

Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder, Colorado presents 

Spirituality and Environmental Stewardship: A Conversation with Two Scholar-Activists 

Sunday, November 13, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm 

The Symposium on Spirituality and the Environment will be in-person and streaming this year. The symposium convenes people of all faiths and backgrounds to explore perspectives on environmentalism from different spiritual and religious perspectives. This year’s speakers are Dr. Tink Tinker, Professor Emeritus of American Indian Cultures and Religious Traditions, Iliff School of Theology and Dr. Oakleigh (Oak) Thorne II, Founder, Honorary President, Thorne Nature Experience.

Register is required for the free event HERE

The program will also include participation from Rabbi Deborah Ruth Bronstein and Rabbi Fred Greene of Congregation Har HaShem.

Find more information HERE.

This Symposium is underwritten by the Bachrach Endowment Fund at Congregation Har HaShem.

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