Use this three-minute video in your congregation to show the benefits of Eco-Palms. Footage includes Eco-Palms being harvested in Guatemala, harvesting communities and Eco-Palms being used in U.S. congregations on Palm Sunday.
Use this bulletin insert during worship on Palm Sunday to educate your congregation on the benefits of your church's participation in Eco-Palms.
Talking Theology with Jesus in Mexico, by Kattie Somerfield, Fair Trade Projects Coordinator at Lutheran World Relief, about her recent trip to Mexico to visit Eco-Palms communities.
Article from Presbyterian News Service
Explains the economic and environmental benefits that Eco-Palms offers to harvesting communities, and why PC(USA) is involved. Provides facts and figures, a description of how the project works and ordering information.
Use this brief presentation to increase awareness of Eco-Palms in your congregation or presbytery. Highlights the challenges of the conventional system and follows the sustainable growing and harvesting practices used to get Eco-Palms from rain forests to your church. Appropriate for use on Palm Sunday, either during worship or fellowship time. Presentation adapted from Lutheran World Relief.
Use this in-depth presentation to bring the experience of harvesting Eco-Palms to a wider audience. Created by Barbara Hipple, mission and outreach coordinator in Homestead Presbytery, who traveled to harvesting communities in Guatemala and Mexico with an ecumenical Eco-Palms Delegation in 2007. Can be used as a Sunday school lesson, programming for a church meal, PW or Mission Committee meeting, or for a presbytery meeting or conference. Download the script for this presentation.
Use this Web icon to promote your congregation’s use of Eco-Palms. Place this icon on your Web site with a link back to this site to help others learn about Eco-Palms.
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Liz thanks for your request. I asked if our graphic designer can produce a B&W version of the logo today. If he can we'll post it to this page alongside the green one. Thanks again.
Understanding that you have chose green to symbolize a "green" project. It would really help to have a strong b&W logo to reprint. We always want to give eco-palms a "plug" in many of our bulletins.