Spring Lobby Weekend 2015

Congressional Action

The planet is not totally cooked (yet)

We cannot shout down those who disagree with us. Starting from a place of faith, we can begin conversations that will lead to action on climate change. Join hundreds of students and young adults from across the country to lobby Congress to act on climate change.

A Moral Call

Faithful voices for bipartisan action

We have a moral duty to care for God's creation.
We have a moral duty to protect the poorest and most vulnerable among us.
We have a moral duty to speak truth to power.

Tentative Program

Exact schedule is subject to change.

Saturday, March 14

  • Welcome
  • Our Moral Obligation to Act

Sunday, March 15

  • Policy Deep Dives

Monday, March 16

  • Crafting Your Message
  • Congressional Staff Briefing
  • Working with the Media

Tuesday, March 17

  • Lobby Day!

Get in Touch!

Tommy Wrenn can answer your questions about coming to Spring Lobby Weekend and help you put together a group from your campus.

Email Tommy »

Meet Our Lobbyists

Jose Aguto

Jose Aguto

Jose leads FCNL's work to bring a moral voice to the climate change debate.

Emily Wirzba

Emily Wirzba

Emily works with groups around the country to build grassroots support for action on climate.

Need help paying for Spring Lobby Weekend?

There is a limited amount of financial assistance and subsidized housing available to Young Adults 30 and under. Please contact Andrew Silva for more information.

About Us
Sign Up

Press Room »

Events »

Blogs »

Work at FCNL »

Programs for
Young Adults »

Email Options »

© 2014 FCNL | 245 Second St, NE, Washington, DC 20002
202-547-6000 | Toll Free 800-630-1330