Rise & Repair is a diverse alliance of people and organizations advancing Indigenous rights & climate justice during Minnesota’s 2024 Legislative Session.
Join us to learn more about how Rise & Repair can be a place for you to get involved and support the work different partners are pushing for during this Legislative Session. You’ll get information on specific bills being proposed, ways that you can get involved, and lots of opportunities to engage in caring for creation.
- Dr. Jimmy Hoke, Director of Children and Family Ministries at House of Hope Presbyterian Church
- Liz Loeb, Associate Director at Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light
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A note: MNIPL is an intentionally multi-faith organization, which means we have supporters who practice a number of different faiths, spiritual beliefs, and spiritual practices who have a shared goal of creating a more just, sustainable world. And, we know that our different faiths call us to that work in different ways. This is an opportunity for Christian communities to talk about how a commitment to caring for creation calls us into action around Indigenous rights and climate justice.
We need folks from across multiple communities of faith, conscience, spiritual beliefs, and spiritual practices to be part of this work, respecting the unique tenets of our faiths while celebrating our shared passion for repairing this world and caring for the people in it. If you’re interested in getting involved in our work in Jewish communities, please check out this blog post with a recording of a similar event for Jewish communities and contact Juventino at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to help facilitate a similar conversation within your own community of faith, conscience, spiritual belief, or spiritual practice, please get in touch with Liz at email@example.com