The Church of Earthalujah

Reverend Billy's brilliantly bombasting boldly brief, quirky, quixotic Earthalujah sermons --

'We have cast the Global Warming Devils from the cash machines of JP Morgan Chase and UBS -- the Swiss bank that invests in the Koch brothers and climate change skepticism. In our church we believe that the natural disasters are messages from a living thing and we're teaching each other to listen and pray. Earthalujah!'

Acclaimed performance artist and evangelist Reverend Billy shifts his focus from the evils of consumerism to the crisis facing planet Earth. Anchored by a spirited mixture of original gospel music, Reverend Billy's impassioned sermons, and the sainting of activists and provocateurs, The Church of Earthalujah delivers an experience that is part theater piece, part church service and wholly inspirational! The Church trascends parody in favor of a passionate humanism that speaks to growing public anxiety in the face of ever-deadlier climate catastrophes and impotent leadership from politicians, NGOs and corporate CEOs.

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