Come for the March – Stay to Build the Movement at All Souls Church Unitarian, Washington, DC


‘Volunteers Needed to Help with April 29-30 PCM Activities.  Please contact Susan Rogers at or Cathy Tortorici,

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9:00 – 11:00 – UUs start Gathering at Cafe Fifty-Nine, 409 3rd St. SW 20024, @ Metro – Fed Center SW 11:00 – 4:00 – UUs March together for Climate, Jobs and Justice, National Mall 4:00 – 8:00 pm – UU Fellowship, Food & Advocacy After Party, All Souls Church, Harvard St. NW @ 16th St., Washington DC 20009, 2 miles north of the White House near Columbia Heights Metro. Enjoy the Live Caribbean Music Performance of HIGH ENERGY on the Terrace. Connect with National UU Climate Justice Organizers, learn how to build your regional movement & join ongoing efforts.

SUNDAY – 30 APRIL 2017 –
All Souls Church Welcomes UUs and our friends in Faith 9:30 & 11:15 – Sunday Services – Guest Preacher Johnnie Aseron, Inter-National Initiative for Transformative Collaboration, coordinator of wellness and inter-faith events at Oceti Sakowin Camp on the Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota Access Pipeline. 12:30 – 1:30 – Vegetarian Lunch on the Terrace – $12 – Order in advance: 1:30 – 4:00 – Panels / Discussion / Climate Justice Movement Building – UUs together with Leaders from Marginalized Communities – Panel: Johnnie Aseron, UUA Karen Brammer and TBA.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES at All Souls – April 29 & 30, 2017 –

ADVOCACY OPPORTUNITIES: 1) Prepare Letters to be Hand Delivered on May 9th to Congress by UUs in Washington DC Details at: 2) Visit & Express your positions about Climate Justice to your representatives on Capitol Hill with Interfaith Power and Light (IPL) Thursday, April 27 – (Contact Information TBA) PEOPLE’S CLIMATE MOVEMENT: For UU Faith Contingent Information & Sister Marches: – (includes hospitality, transportation open to everyone) FB Group Page: UU Climate Action Network TW: @commit2respond

4 thoughts on “Come for the March – Stay to Build the Movement at All Souls Church Unitarian, Washington, DC

  1. Hi,
    I met some of your members at the People’s Climate March yesterday. Eleven members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Roanoke, Va. were also there. We’re interested in networking with other UU churches that have an active 7th Principle group.
    Bob Egbert
    Green Team Coordinator


  2. I enjoyed attending the worship service and afternoon program at All Souls on the Sunday after the Ciimate March. Being active in our Social Justice comm and an eco activist with Elders Climate Action, I am interested in our playing the Carbon Footprint game. I picked up the 10 page packet which has great info and perhaps everything I need.– except to be able to email it to folks.

    Would you be able to send me a PDF of the packet? And, if possible, I ‘d love to speak to someone who has experience playing it. Any suggestions are most welcome.

    Thank you so much for your work!

    Katherine DaSilva Jain
    UU Congregation of Marin (CA)

    and Elders Climate Action


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