Environmental Justice Ministry

(previously called “Just Web”) work of creating a sustainable way of life is central to our Unitarian Universalist view of a just and compassionate world.  We care for our environment in partnership with those most impacted by environmental devastation.  We acknowledge the interconnected web of life through projects focused on climate justice activism, ethical eating, and environmental stewardship.  Join us on the 2nd Sunday of every month via Zoom.

Recent meetings included:
A discussion of Rev. Matthew’s co-authored essay, “Becoming Resilient: Community Life for a New Age,” found in the anthology Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment.

An update on the oak seedling planting project centered in Chatsworth.