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PB, other bishops join “climate revival” event in Boston

PB, other bishops join “climate revival” event in Boston

Climate Revival 2013, organized by New England Regional Environmental Ministries on Saturday featured a sermon by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and became a Twitter event thanks to the efforts of Bishops Nicholas Knisely of Rhode Island and Thomas Ely of Vermont, the Rev. Laura Everett, executive director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches and Eric Anderson of the United Church of Christ. You can look back at what they had to say at the hashtag #climaterevival.


The event was held at two churches hard by the site of the Boston Marathon bombings, Old South Church United Church Congregational and Trinity Episcopal Church, Copley Square.

The Worcester Telegram filed a preview as did MassLive. Both featured Bishop Douglas J. Fisher of Western Massachusetts.

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