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Reverend Kim Morrow

Reverend Kim Morrow is a religious environmental leader who is passionate about helping people respond to the environmental urgencies of our time in ways that are community-based, theologically motivated and hopeful. She serves as Executive Director of Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light, a non-profit whose mission is to facilitate the faith community’s response to climate change. For the last five years, she has also served as Minister of Sustainability at First-Plymouth Church in Lincoln, and now serves as a climate change resource specialist at the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Kim presents at churches regularly on the link between faith and climate change, and her work has fostered a host of programs including ecologically-themed worship services, conferences on faith and climate, and church farmer’s markets, She is ordained in the United Church of Christ and lives in Lincoln with her two daughters.