World Refugee Day Cup - June 22nd


Ohio Interfaith Power & Light: Host a Free Screening of Paris to Pittsburgh

Host a FREE screening of Paris to Pittsburgh, a new film from National Geographic, produced by RadicalMedia in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies — narrated by Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award-winning actress and activist Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”). This film is being offered through Interfaith Power and Light to draw faith communities together to inspire local community action to heal the climate for the benefit of all.

From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. And as the weather grows more deadly and destructive, they aren’t waiting on Washington to act. Learn about their incredible stories in Paris to Pittsburgh, and be inspired to create change in your own community!


Request a free screening and receive IPL’s specially created hosting kit that includes faith based discussion questions and resources to plan and conduct your screening.

Visit the website for the film at

Parliament of World Religions calls for Joining the Climate Action WebForum &


The first topic in PWR's Climate Action WebForum focuses on Juliana v United States, the historic Youth Climate Suit currently proceeding through the federal court system in the U. S. Please visit the WebForum to read and comment on the feature essay about this landmark case. We invite you to help start an online conversation and send us any questions you'd like to see discussed. The legal aspects and scientific foundations of Juliana v United States will also be the subject of the first webinar in our Faith and Climate Webinar Series on June 4, 2019, from 1:15 to 2:45 pm EDT. The webinar is organized in partnership with the Security and Sustainability Forum, with funding support from the Hanley Foundation. Moderated by President Emeritus of College of the Atlantic and PWR's Chair of Climate Action David Hales, the webinar will feature Howard Learner, President and Executive Director of the Environmental Law & Policy Center and Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel, Director of Climate Science for the Climate & Energy Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. 

URI - The United Religions Initiative invites you to Accelerate Peace!

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Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Thursday, June 27, 2019

The United Religions Initiative (URI) is hosting a two-day international conference Accelerate Peace: Interfaith Action in Global Peacebuilding on June 26 and June 27.

In a world of rising violence fueled by tensions between peoples of different beliefs, interfaith peacebuilders around the world work together daily to resolve conflicts. Striving beyond partisanship, they bridge religious, cultural and political differences for the good of their communities and create the conditions essential for sustainable peace in the world.

Accelerate Peace Conference Tickets $125 for the two-day Conference / $75 per day
$100 for the two-day Conference for Cooperation Circles/Interfaith Council members or Young Adults (under 35).

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Circles of Light 

On the evening of June 26, URI also will host the annual Circles of Light Gala launching event to URI’s 20th anniversary.

$250 and up
$150 for Cooperation Circles/Interfaith Council members or Young Adults (under 35)
*Please Note: Registration closes today, June 14th! 

Accelerate Peace: Interfaith Action in Global Peacebuilding will bring together grassroots interfaith peacebuilders, policy experts, and religious leaders, as well as representatives from the United Nations and international and interfaith organizations around themes including "Women's Empowerment and Environmental Sustainability," "Ending Religiously Motivated Violence," "Revolutionary Love - The Call of Our Times" and "Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons," among others. For the conference program.

Participants will develop a deeper understanding of interfaith efforts towards global peace-building and consider targeted action steps to be undertaken locally and globally.

Both events will be at the Hoover Institution on the Stanford University campus.