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People from all walks of life are fasting to stand in solidarity with vulnerable people most affected by climate impacts.
A growing movement of fasters, including many youth groups, environmentalists and faith communities, is calling for world leaders to act to stop the climate crisis. READ MORE
Other ways to make a difference:
Also known by various other terms like “digital detox,” “digital Sabbath,” and “unplugging”, the idea behind a digital fast is to voluntarily and deliberately stop using all connected devices (smartphones, computers, tablets, and so on) that plug you to the internet for a pre-specified amount of time.
The abstention could be for as little as a few hours; however, most digital fasts are at least a day long, and many span an entire weekend or even longer. (Psychology Today).
Learn more about digital fasting as a Lenten Practice:
Lent Reads – Sunday mornings at 9:00 am
Reading for Lent: Nonfiction
The Cloud of Unknowing, trans. Carmen Acevedo-Bucher
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and a broad range of bishops, theologians, activists, and teachers urge us to a season of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance, and Action for the sake of our nation.