In the face of entwined crises of our climate, public health, communities, and economy, many voices are calling for us to fundamentally recreate a vision for Hawaii’s future and not go back to “business as usual.” These conversations go to the core of what we believe in and most desire out of life; thus, it is critical that our communities and traditions of faith participate in shaping the future we want and need.
To help address this need, we dedicated our 2020 Leaps of Faith event to bringing people of faith together to address the following questions:
What is a vision of Hawaii's future that aligns with deeply held values and beliefs of Hawaii's faith communities?
As we engage in this conversation with the wider community, what do faith traditions and communities bring that is distinct and important?
Who can we partner with to engage in these conversations and take action to realize that vision?