At the end of April, TIPL Steering Committee Vice-Chair, Paul Slentz, and TIPL-Nashville Coordinator, Dan Joranko, attended the annual National Interfaith Power & Light Conference. The two days at the Bon Secours Retreat Center outside of Baltimore were packed with networking, success sharing, organizing workshops, and interfaith worship. Many of the 50+ attendees representing 30 states strategized how to move forward as a national interfaith movement in the face of the current political challenges and during a time of transition for the organization, as IPL Founder and Executive Director, Rev. Sally Bingham, looks toward retirement in the next couple of years. On Thursday, April 27, everyone headed to D.C. for a lobby day on Capitol Hill. Dan and Paul met with staff members from the offices of Senators Alexander and Corker and 5th District (Nashville) Representative, Jim Cooper. On Saturday, Paul and Dan were joined by other TIPL members, including Steering Committee President, Jennifer Alldredge, for the People’s Climate March. Two hundred thousand walked from The Capitol to the White House — a brightly colorful and highly audible witness on behalf of this beautiful, bountiful, miraculously complex planet and all its creatures.