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The Reverend Fred Small stands outside the State House in Boston Tuesday morning with other climate change activists. (WBUR / Robin Lubbock)
The Reverend Fred Small stands outside the State House in Boston Tuesday morning with other climate change activists. (WBUR / Robin Lubbock)
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The Rev. Fred Small is leaving his ministry in Harvard Square to devote his energy to climate change activism.

On Sunday, he gave his last sermon to the First Parish, a Unitarian Universalist Church in Harvard Square, where he has served as senior minister since 2008.

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Fred Small, former senior minister at First Parish in Cambridge. He tweets @revfredsmall.

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The Boston Globe: What Religion Can Teach Climate Scientists

  • "Small is one of the key figures in the religious environmental surge. In 2013, his Cambridge church was one of the country’s first to divest from fossil fuels, and he helped persuade his entire denomination to make its decision to divest in June 2014."

This segment aired on September 29, 2015.

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