Estimating your carbon footprint is not difficult, and it can be your roadmap for moving forward. In this service, Rob Tyser will continue the vital conversation started in November about steps we can all take to reduce our carbon footprint. This service is one of two being planned and organized this month by our Green Sanctuary team as a way to bring more attention to the environmental issues and concerns that impact all of us, both in our community and globally. In addition to Rob’s presentation, this service will also feature an intergenerational and interactive element: Drum Circle of the Species! You are invited to participate in this celebration by dressing up in a nature-inspired costume, bringing something to drum on, and/or wearing your Earth Day masks if you have one! We will have extra instruments and masks, so everyone can join in the fun. Please consider attending this important service to learn more about our Green Sanctuary and how you can help create a greener today and tomorrow!
Rob Tyser grew up in a small rural community in southeastern Nebraska and in a family that valued camping, farming, and other outdoor activities. He served as a faculty member in the Department of Biology at UW-La Crosse, where his favorite courses were ecology, evolution, and ornithology. Since retirement he has been active in local sustainability organizations and in the Mississippi Valley Conservancy. He is a member of the First Congregational Church and participates in a small Buddhist study group.
For information about attending in person, links to Zoom login info, Sunday’s Order of Service, Online Giving and more click here –> linktr.ee/uulacrosse
Topics: Green Sanctuary