WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, recently aired a 10-minute segment featuring our own Michael Malcom.
Rev. Michael Malcom is not a bystander. When it comes to climate change, Malcom — pastor of Rush Memorial Congregational United Church of Christ, a mainline Protestant church, and executive director of the People’s Justice Council — says it’s his “obligation” as a faith leader and community member to be a steward of God, the Earth and the environment.
As a reverend, he’s invested in elevating the climate conversation because “the way we treat the land and the way we treat people is our relationship with God,” he says.