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The next Green Churches Forum will be held at Our Lady of the Cape Shrine (Trois-Rivières, Quebec) in Fall 2019. This bilingual interdenominational event will bring together pastoral staff and volunteers from various Churches of Eastern Canada as well as partner groups, in order to stimulate ecological initiatives in the churches.

For the first time, the Forum will take place over two days. Friday will offer an opportunity to explore eco-theology and its pastoral applications. On Friday evening, a dinner-show will be enjoyed by all. Saturday will focus on practical examples of green initiatives, and what “going green” means for a church. Participants will be invited to take concrete action.

This fifth Forum organized by the Green Churches Network in partnership with the Our Lady of the Cape Shrine, follows those of Montreal (2010), Drummondville (2012), Quebec City (2015) and Ottawa (2017). The Green Churches Network recognizes 65 green churches in Canada and provides practical tools for undertaking an ecological shift. Our Lady of the Cape Shrine is a pilgrimage site in Quebec and a registered green sanctuary.

The 2018 Forum organizing committee, bringing together various institutions from the region, will present the theme, speakers and an overview of activities as of November 2017.

The next Green Churches Forum will be held at Our Lady of the Cape Shrine (Trois-Rivières, Quebec) in Fall 2019. This bilingual interdenominational event will bring together pastoral staff and volunteers from various Churches of Eastern Canada as well as partner groups, in order to stimulate ecological initiatives in the churches.

For the first time, the Forum will take place over two days. Friday will offer an opportunity to explore eco-theology and its pastoral applications. On Friday evening, a dinner-show will be enjoyed by all. Saturday will focus on practical examples of green initiatives, and what “going green” means for a church. Participants will be invited to take concrete action.

This fifth Forum organized by the Green Churches Network in partnership with the Our Lady of the Cape Shrine, follows those of Montreal (2010), Drummondville (2012), Quebec City (2015) and Ottawa (2017). The Green Churches Network recognizes 65 green churches in Canada and provides practical tools for undertaking an ecological shift. Our Lady of the Cape Shrine is a pilgrimage site in Quebec and a registered green sanctuary.

The 2018 Forum organizing committee, bringing together various institutions from the region, will present the theme, speakers and an overview of activities as of November 2017.