Earth Hour began as a grassroots action in 2007 that today call us to switch off from our busy lives and take an hour that is without power. It is a symbolic action, yet it leads us to experience a time where we let go our electric and other power needs that so define our modern culture. We can ask ourselves, what is really necessary We will spend the hour in candlelight, remembering our connections to Earth, our home that our power needs are destroying. It will be a time of silence, prayer and hope for the future of the planet. As people across the planet switch off, a spirit is ignited that brings us home to each other and our Earth.
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Earlier Event: March 26Finding God in the Dark: Reflective nights at the Movies
Later Event: April 1Lent Series: Intersecting Lenten traditions and Care of the Earth, Care of the Poor