Tag Archives: religion

On Finding Inspiration in Place

Posted on behalf of Abbie Goldberg, Video Coordinator for Team North Shore When I asked the incomparably visionary Henry Allen ‘why Gloucester’ I was expecting the usual answers: vibrant culture, peaceful community, beautiful ocean, but instead he said he visited … Continue reading

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Learning about Churches

Posted on behalf of Sophie Sokolov, Social Media for the North Shore Team Prior to this summer faith felt wholly separate from me and my life, an invisible  line separated  me from this other group of people who believed. I … Continue reading

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The Bike Prayer

by Ariel Schwalb, Community Outreach Coordinator for the North Shore Team During Climate Summer we stay in churches to eat and sleep because they welcome us with open arms. The religious organizations that house us appreciate the work we are doing … Continue reading

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Musings of an Atheist

Written by T. Miller, Events Coordinator, Team Vermont/New Hampshire on July 10, 2013                When I applied to Climate Summer, I had no idea that religion would play such a prominent role in the … Continue reading

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“Lilyanna, Why do you meditate?”

Written by Lilyanna Landon, Video Coordinator, Team Maine Churches intrigue me.  Something about the architecture, the ambiance, and the authenticity compiled into a place of community and worship…it gets to me. I’ve never gone to church on a regular basis. … Continue reading

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Waltham, MA

Written by Emily Edgerly, Outreach Coordinator, Team Massachusetts A banner on the church read, “Climate Change is a Moral Issue.” After biking for forty miles, this banner was able to renew our tired and parched bodies. We continued on to … Continue reading

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