‘Plant A Vision Of Hope’: How This Alabama Pastor Addresses Climate Change From The Pulpit

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.

Read the full article and listen to the story on the WBUR website.