For the fourth year, the Moravian Task Force on Environmental Stewardship will present a conference focusing on the intersection of our spiritual lives and the care of the earth. This year the conference will take place in WInston-Salem at Fries Memorial Moravian Church on March 1st and 2nd. A keynote address will start the event on Friday evening, followed by a day of workshops concluding at 2:30pm on Saturday.
Workshops will be led by Mallory McDuff, Ph.D., author of Sacred Acts: How Churches are Working to Save Earth’s Climate, Dr. Kathy Shea Co-Director and North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light and Reverend Rick Sides, pastor from Home Moravian Church. Dr. McDuff will also supply our keynote address on Friday night, entitled “Be Ye Transformed: Encountering Conversion by Caring for Creation.”