Sundays @ 10:30 – 11:30 AM ET

In-person ONLY

Are you looking for inspiration? Would you like to hear the multi-faith perspectives on how our wider community can work together to promote change? Drawing inspiration from the Battle Green where the American Revolution began, we will be featuring a robust series of Summer Services addressing the need for a Climate Revolution! Starting on July 3rd, every service until Labor Day we will address the complex challenges facing our communities as we try to make an impact on our personal choices, the decisions of town government, state legislation and beyond.

  • Jul 3 — First Parish in Lexington Climate Action Team, My Climate Change Story
  • Jul 10 — Raj Heda, Lexington resident and Hindu Priest, Bhakti Response to Climate Challenges
  • Jul 17 — Claudia Fox Tree, Professional educator and social justice activist, Building Relationships with Plants and Animals
  • Jul 24 — Ricki Pappo, Chair, Lexington Climate Action Network (LexCAN), Addressing the Existential Threat of Climate Change — Together.
  • Jul 31 — Rev. Stephen Shick, Co-Chair of FPLex Climate Action Team, Nature: You Can’t Go Out in it, You’re Part of it.
  • Aug 7 — Rev. Cindy Davidson, Executive Director of Mass Interfaith Power and Light, Switching Gears… Yet Still Full Speed Ahead!
  • Aug 14 — Rev. Fred Small, Interfaith Power and Light, Climate Activist, How to Love This World
  • Aug 21 — Rev. Anne Mason, Senior Minister of First Parish in Lexington, How Can I Keep from Singing