Paris to Pittsburgh Film Screening

Over 100 cities, 6 states, and Puerto Rico have set goals to match the Paris Climate Accord, committing to 100 percent renewable energy. You can learn about their important stories in a free screening of Paris to Pittsburgh, a National Geographic film exploring the inspiring ways Americans are battling the severe threats of climate change in their own backyards. From coastlines to the Midwest, the film features the cities, states, businesses, and citizens taking action to slow the social and economic impacts of climate change-fueled disasters.

Attend a screening of your choice and stay for a discussion about how our faith calls us to climate action and the things, big and small, that individuals and congregations can do to reduce our carbon footprint and be good stewards of God's creation.

Wednesday, September 11 at 7 pm,
Church of the Risen Savior Catholic Church,
1501 E. County Road 42, Burnsville

Sunday, September 22 at 4 pm,
St. John's Lutheran Church,
20165 Heath Avenue, Lakeville

Sunday, October 13 at 6 pm,
Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church,
3611 North Beren Road NW, Prior Lake

Sunday, October 27 at 4 pm,
The Well United Methodist Church,
14770 Canada Avenue West, Rosemount

Tuesday, October 29, 6pm,
St. Thomas Becket Catholic Church
4455 S. Robert Trail, Eagan

This is a free event and all ages are welcome. This event is sponsored by InterFaith Creation Care South Metro (ICCSM) which is a cooperative effort by Creation Care stewards from thirteen faith communities in the south metro to seek a faith-based approach to responsible care for the planet. Visit our website at for more information.