As part of a global week of climate action by people of faith, we will be worshiping outside the home of Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley. We will meet at the St David's train station and walk to Buckley's home together. Open to people of all beliefs but grounded in Quaker silent worship, we will sincerely pray for the millions of people already suffering from climate destruction, for leaders like Tim Buckley to act boldly to prevent more suffering, and for our own courage as we seek to pressure Vanguard to change course. As it happens, this is also the 250th anniversary of the death of Quaker abolitionist John Woolman, who was willing to take actions that were uncomfortable when that was what he felt Spirit calling him to do, including visiting people at their homes. (If interested, read this article on what we can learn from Woolman today that's relevant to this action.) If you're coming to this worship action please try to join us on Saturday, October 1st for a training to prepare ourselves.
LocationSt David's Train Station, 53 Chamounix Road, meet on outbound side, Wayne, 19087
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