This Sunday Dr. Amanda Rees, a geographer at Columbus State University, talks about some great ideas folks in Georgia can use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Amanda Rees has taught at Columbus State University since 2005. Her specialty areas include community geography, cultural geography, urban geography, and tourism. She also follows closely ideas from around the world about how to address climate challenges. And she’s a member of our Fellowship.
We’re not meeting at Grace Fellowship Hall during the pandemic. We’ll resume live, in-person services as soon as it’s reasonably safe. For now, please do join us on Zoom videoconferences. Members and friends also will receive emails with this link and the Zoom Meeting ID and password (for those who want to sign in directly from their own Zoom account).*
We record our Zoom services and post them on our YouTube channel, where you can watch them anytime. (However, we are not recording the post-service questions and comments. You’ll have to join us live for that part.)
Reluctant about Zoom? Not sure how it works? It’s easier than you think. For coaching and answers to your questions, email us. Office administrator Brenda Stephens will put you in touch with a friendly Zoom coach from the Fellowship..
*Important note: Members and friends will soon receive a new link to the Sunday services, beginning Dec. 6. This link will be good for about two months. Members and friends should watch for this new link to the Sunday service in an email. Guests can watch this page for a new posting or email us.