Sunday Service: “Blue Moons & Smoke Plumes: Lessons from Chinchaga Firestorm “

In 1950, the Chinchaga Fire burned through British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, and eventually was the largest forest fire ever recorded in North America.  In late September, as a result of that fire, towns across the eastern seaboard of the United States experienced darkness in midday from the smoke.  Join Diane Wright as we explore the history of this event and consider its resonance for us today.

Service leader: Darrel Davis.

Children’s RE: Activity Day.