Children’s Reflection for World Water Day (March 22)

This World Water Day (March 22) share the story of late Grandmother Josephine Mandamin and her powerful message to protect water with the children in your community.  Just in time for World Water Day, KAIROS has released a Children’s Reflection that can be used as part of a classroom lesson, worship service or even at home. The resource is designed to be used in full or in parts and explores one woman’s journey to honour and protect the water while calling on children to do the same.

This resource is the first in a series to be released by KAIROS this year as part of its Reconciliation in the Watershed program. The program aims to increase the number and diversity of Canadians who are knowledgeable about their local watershed and can take action to protect water, while nurturing right relations with people and the earth.  Other resources to be released include individual and group learning activities, bible study, worship resources, and more.

Also of interest for World Water Day: Read about Autumn Pelletier, Indigenous water protector, in this Trailblazer story.

Filed in: Ecological Justice


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