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Mark Your Calendars! Upcoming Local, Interfaith Environmental Events in Fort Worth, Dallas, & Austin

Energized teams of local, interfaith, environmental leaders are getting together, building relationships, and taking action all over Texas! We have upcoming events in Houston and in San Antonio. We also have ongoing meetings and public events in Fort Worth, Dallas, and Austin. For information about those, read on!


Dallas Interfaith Power & Light is meeting on Monday, September 24th for a viewing and round table discussion of a Nova documentary, Power Surge. They are also working together to craft a vision and mission statement.

The Dallas group will meet again on Monday, October 22nd, when Glen Suhran will present on "The Science Behind Global Warming."

Monday, September 24, 2012, 7:00pm
Dallas Baha'i Center
9400 Plano Rd.
Dallas, TX 75238
Monday, October 22, 2012, 7:00pm
1928 Ross Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201


Austin's Interfaith Environmental Network holds a regular symposium on the first Tuesday of most months. The next symposium will be Tuesday, October 2nd at 7:00pm at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, in the McCord Community Center. This month's symposium, "Finding Our Place in Nature" will feature a panel discussion between Islam Mossaad (Lead Imam, North Austin Muslim Community Center) and Kosho McCall (Head Priest, Austin Zen Center), moderated by Tom Vandestadt (Head Pastor, Congregational Church of Austin).

These monthly forums are attended by anywhere from 20-60 people each month, and it's an active, engaged, and justice-seeking community that welcomes people of all faith traditions (and those who profess no faith!).

Fort Worth

Fort Worth Interfaith Power & Light is planning an interfaith panel presentation and conversation, "Water Matters," to be held at Brite Divinity School on Monday evening, October 15th. Stay tuned for more details!

If you have questions about any of these events or would like to get involved, great! Please contact Amanda.

(Photo "Texas Independence Day: 17th Anniversary" by User Ed Uthman used under a Creative Commons-Attribution-ShareAlike License.)