Date(s) - December 16, 2017
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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As Christians, we believe that God loves this world and created it good. When faced with projects that harm this world, our love for God demands that we say “No!”, so we can say a full “Yes!” to the health and well-being of this planet and all who call it home.
As Christians, we believe that reconciliation is at the very heart of God, and that reconciliation requires changing our behaviour. Confronted with Canada’s ongoing legacy of colonialism, as made nationally evident by the recent Truth and Reconciliation Commission, we desire to forge relationships of mutuality and trust as settler and indigenous alike. We want to learn to take leadership from First Nations rather than assuming it is ours to take.
As Christians, we also love to carol…well, maybe that’s not true of all of us, but ahem…continuing on…
The first two reasons are why Earthkeepers is joining with the PullTogether campaign to raise money for the Tsleil -Waututh, Squamish, and numerous other First Nations as they resist the Kinder Morgan pipeline in court.
The third reason is why, to help raise that money, we’re organizing “Carols for the Climate”, an evening of local music and art, good food and friends, and yes, carolling, and inviting you to join us!
When and Where:
Vancouver First Church of the Nazarene
998 19 Ave. E., Vancouver, BC
December 16, 2017
7- 10 pm
In the meantime…
Of course, you don’t need to wait until December to start giving! You can support this initiative at any time by making a donation online through our team. The process is fast, easy, and secure… and you can be sure that it will support strategic legal challenges that are our best chance at protecting this beautiful coast from Kinder Morgan.
Want to help?
Join our fundraising team online, then join us in person for a beautiful night, Dec. 16th!
Political & Civic Engagement Lead
Earthkeepers: Christians for Climate Justice