Climate Change: Food and Transit, and the Power of Spirituality

Please join us for Sunday worship, featuring a reflection by climate activist and attorney Lee Hall. You’re welcome to join us in person, or you may visit the calendar for the service link to join online. Click here for the weekly Order of Service, or use your phone to scan the QR code on our home page.

Lee Hall (they/them/Lee’s), is a Member of Radnor (PA) Quaker Meeting who situates our relations with other living communities within our human commitment to peace. Lee has authored several books, has created the Studio for the Art of Animal Liberation on Patreon, and often speaks about animals, migrations, food impacts, and climate. Since their last time speaking with the UUCSH community (about 15 years ago!), Lee has attained a second law degree (LL.M.) in 2013 in Environmental Law With a Focus on Climate Change from Vermont Law School. Lee has taught Immigration and Refugee Law and Policy as well as Animal Law at Rutgers Newark; and also taught Environmental Law at Widener – Delaware Law. Lee is a chapter author for the Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Springer).