Pennsylvania: Chestnut Hill Local – Mt. Airy activists march in New York to save planet

Oct 3, 2014 | In the News, State Press Clips

by Jim Harris

A couple weeks ago, I was reading Greg Williams’ blog in which he talked about life after closing the Walk A Crooked Mile Bookstore at the Mount Airy Train Station, which he ran for 18 years. He spoke about seeking “the place where one’s bliss meets the world’s need.” Greg said he had just discovered a group called Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light, “a community of faith-based organizations responding to climate change as a moral issue,” and that he was planning to go with them to the People’s Climate March in Manhattan on Sept. 21. Continue reading…

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