Woods Hole Research Center and the Cape and Islands Faith Communities Environmental Network will hold the first community forum designed to encourage a public dialogue about the climate crisis, bringing together scientists and faith leaders to share and act to address an urgent climate crisis. The forum will take place on Sunday, November 4, from 2 to 4 PM at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 159 Main Street in Sandwich.

Philip B. Duffy, president and executive director of the Woods Hole Research Center, the Reverend Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, missioner for Creation Care, Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ, and the Reverend Paul D. Minus, co-chairman of the Cape & Islands Faith Communities Environmental Network, will be panelists.

The program will include a question and answer period and will be followed by a coffee hour and an opportunity to speak directly to the presenters.

There will also be a literature table featuring information from organizations that offer the community resources and programs that answer the question, “What can I do?”

Free tickets are available at tacklingtheclimatecrisisnow.eventbrite.com.

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