The Global Climate Action Summit was held at the Episcopal Diocese of California. The procession began by what is best described as a “circus,” which included men in costume who looked like ‘Groot” from Guardians of the Galaxy, on stilts. The name of the church where the diocese hosted the climate change service is Grace Cathedral in the San Francisco area.
Those on stilts are a part of a show called the, “Tree Stilt Walkers of Cirque Berzerk.” The service included different religious traditions including Islam and Buddhism. Words of religious leaders, including the Dalai Lama, the Archbishop of Constantinople, and the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal “Church.” It was sponsored by the Global Catholic Climate Initiative, the Muslim Climate Network, the World Council of Churches and the Evangelical Alliance.
And it was weird as all-get-out. Watch below.
Very Social Justicey.
[Editor’s Note: HT Christian News Network]
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