Climate Action Week: Jan 25-31

The University Unitarian Church and its Climate Action Team present a series of events focused on climate change January 25-31. These events are free of charge and open to the public. The church is located at 6556 35th Ave NE in Seattle. More information is available at

Free and open to the public •

Sunday, January 25 – SPEAKER
Kathleen Dean Moore, coeditor of Moral Ground and Rachelle McCabe, pianist, 7pm
Against Rachmanino’s thunderous conjuring of the end of the world, Moore issues a strong call to life in a time of extinctions. This is the inaugural Fleagle Lecture for outstanding leaders and thinkers in liberal religion and social action. Doors open at 6:30pm

Tuesday, January 27 – FILM
Years of Living Dangerously #5, 7pm
Years of Living Dangerously is an award-winning documentary on climate change.  Episode 5 highlights Governor Jay Inslee’s efforts to address climate issues. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Wednesday, January 28 – COMEDY
Yoram Bauman, Stand-up Economist, 7pm
Yoram Bauman is a PhD economist who makes a living as “the world’s first and only stand-up economist”. He is the co-author of The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change and is also a leader of the campaign to bring a revenue-neutral carbon tax to Washington State and beyond. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Friday, January 30 – MUSICAL
Climate Monologues by Sharon Abreu, 7pm
A one-woman musical show that brings to life the stories of real people affected by climate change and working to solve the climate crisis. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Saturday, January 31 – RESOURCES
Climate Action Festival – Resources for Change, 1-4pm
Learn how you and your family can take action against climate change.
Test drive a Tesla or electric bike • Learn about solar panels • Calculate your carbon footprint • Sierra Club • Seattle City Light • Seattle Electric Vehicle Association • and more!

All events are at University Unitarian Church, 6556 35th Avenue NE, Seattle