Wonderful activities on April 18th, 2021 involved sharing faith stories within two multi-faith groups.
Academy of Sacred Heart and Saint George’s Episcopalian Church coordinated with painting, planting and positive moments .
FACE Book post from April 20, 2021
Camp Able (an Episcopal mission), Touro Synagogue , Krishna Temple and Saint Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church cared for creation with trash pick-up, created “Trash Monsters” as a Trash to Treasure art project, and shared blessings, songs and games from each faith tradition. Taylor Cheek Facebook post April 18, 2021.
April 18 · “Youth on the Avenue”! Put on by the Greater New Orleans Interfaith Climate Coalition. Brandon, Jared and Sami!!! Way to read our collective statement on why community and interfaith work are important and a piece from the Prayers of the People that reflects the Episcopal Church’s commitment to creation care!! Chloee!! You’ve joined Camp Able NOLA Youth Group and have wasted zero time on getting involved, and we are so grateful!!!! Great work presenting your group’s trash monster!! Y’all rock! Y’all are the future! Y’all are talented, smart, wonderful, hard working and an absolute blast!!! Y’all made us so proud today!!! Way to represent Camp Able NOLA Youth Group of St Andrews Episcopal Church!!! #GreaterNewOrleansInterfaithClimateCoalition#StCharlesAvePresbyterianChurch#TouroSynagogue#StAndrewsNOLA#CampAbleNOLAYouthGroup#LoveYall