The Climate Change Crisis Webcast

Join us for a viewing of The Climate Change Crisis, presented by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society on March 24. This event (via webcast) will address one of the most significant topics in today's society and will feature panelists well-versed in the critical areas of the environment and the impact of climate change on our world.
Please join Bishop Bud Cederholm for a viewing of the webcast at the diocesan offices, 138 Tremont St in Boston, on the 24th at 2 pm. There is no cost and no need to register. We hope to see you there! Otherwise, the webcast will be found at
The 90-minute live webcast will originate from Campbell Hall Episcopal School, North Hollywood, CA. In partnership with Bishop J. Jon Bruno and the Diocese of Los Angeles, The Climate Change Crisis will begin 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern.
The forum will be moderated by well-known climatologist Fritz Coleman of KNBC 4 television news. Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori will present the keynote address. Two panels, each 30 minutes, will focus on specific areas of the climate change crisis: Regional Impacts of Climate Change; and Reclaiming Climate Change as a Moral Issue.
30 Days of Action

In addition to stimulating conversation and raising awareness about The Climate Change Crisis, the live webcast will serve as the kickoff to 30 Days of Action. A range of activities developed by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society will be offered for individuals and congregations to understand the environmental crisis and will be available on  The activities will culminate on Earth Day, April 22.
The forum:

  • There is no fee to view the live webcast. The webcast will be viewable at
  • Registration is not required for the live webcast.
  • Questions can be emailed starting now and during the live webcast; send questions to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
  • The forum will be available on-demand following the live webcast.
  • The forum is ideal for live group watching and discussion, or on-demand viewing later.  It will be appropriate for Sunday School, discussions groups, and community gatherings.
  • Resources such as bibliography, on-demand video, materials for community and individual review, discussion questions, and lesson plans will be available.

The event supports Mark 5 of the Anglican Communion's Marks of Mission: To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth. Anglican Five Marks of Mission are here The Five Marks of Mission form the basis for the triennial budget of The Episcopal Church adopted by the 77th General Convention in July 2012.
For more information contact Neva Rae Fox, Public Affairs Officer for the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).