Rev. Fred Small
Music, Worship, Climate Justice
April 9 & 10
Facing the climate crisis will demand the best of us, calling us to courage, creativity, kindness, & love.
“Fred Small is one of America’s best songwriters.” – Pete Seeger
Rev. Fred Small’s Final Concert Saturday, April 9, 7pm
Join Fred Small for an evening of songs of conscience in the tradition of Tom Paxton and Holly Near. This is the final concert of his career, and an evening of powerful and inviting songs addressing climate justice and other critical issues of the day.
Tickets: $12 online and $15 at the door or purchase them online at: http://revsmallradicalhope.bpt.me/
Worship: Radical Hope Sunday, April 10, 9:30 & 11:15am
How we can nourish hope and help build a just and sustainable society in the face of the climate crisis? Hear Unitarian Universalist minister, Rev. Fred Small (hailed by 350.org founder, Bill McKibbon as one of the one of the true stalwarts in the fight against climate change) preach on this question. Rev. Small a singer, songwriter, will include music in his service.
Workshop: Give Light, Spiritual Nurture for Climate Activism
Sunday, April 10, 1-3:30pm
As we come to understand the gravity of climate disruption, it’s easy to become disheartened. In this interactive workshop, Rev. Fred Small will invite us into meditation, reflection, prayer and song, strengthening our spirits for the struggle for climate justice. Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1709550395959363
Tickets $22 online and $25 at the door; work scholarships available. Space is limited!
Rev. Fred Small, UU minister, songleader, and former environmental lawyer, is Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston, and Director of Faith Outreach for Climate XChange, which advocates for carbon- pricing legislation in Massachusetts. http://www.uua.org/directory/people/fred-small Twitter: @revfredsmall