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Global Earth Day Celebration

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Global Earth Day Celebration

Time: April 22, 2024 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: First Congregational Church
Street: 2401 Cornwall Ave.
City/Town: Bellingham
Website or Map:…
Event Type: community, gathering
Organized By: Freddy Lane, Beth Brownfield
Latest Activity: Apr 14

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Invitation to Global Earth Day Celebration
Co-Sponsored by Transition Whatcom

On Earth Day, at sunrise, Hawaii’s Kanaka movement will gather on beaches of each island to greet the sun, to offer Earth Day prayers, and to invite all peoples of the Earth community to join them, wherever they are throughout the day, in prayers that commit themselves to caring for all people, the environment and all creatures in it.


Whatcom County Joining Together in Kinship with the Earth

 Earth Day, Monday, April 22 from 7:00-8:30 pm.

First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham


In the spirit of kinship, we will gather to join the interfaith and multicultural service with practitioners of Hinduism, Islam, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Baha’i: opening blessing and song with Lummi Doug and Jewel James; art, poetry, and music; and shared commitments to Earth and All  Life.


Free will offering for Gathering of the Eagles (Freddy Lane, Lummi introducing)


Hope to see you with your friends and family.  Please share the invitation with your social media and the wider community. 

we are inviting faith leaders and groups around the world to pray with all of us on Earth Day.

Kanaka has invited faith leaders and groups from around the world to pray with them for Earth Day.  This will be an evening of interfaith prayers for Earth in the spirit of Aloha. The Aloha Spirit embodies the coordination of mind and heart in each person; it is a way of life that expresses love and connection to nature, to Earth and all life on our planet.  We will join, in community, to commit ourselves to caring for all people, the environment, and all creatures in it. 


Kanaka is a grassroots movement that formed in 2006 to take action to protect and promote Hawaiian cultural heritage and to right what is wrong by promoting government accountability.  The Kanaka movement has an annual emphasis.  This year’s emphasis is for prayers and pledges from the global community to address climate change)


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