Posts Categorized: Church Earth Care Stories

Two Church Earth Care Stories

The Environmental Ministries office at PC(USA) opened in May 2009. Since then, I have had the opportunity to meet with many Presbyterians throughout the country. I’ve had the pleasure of visiting many churches on my travels, and have shared some…

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Rethink – the Fourth R

Recently I have been thinking about the traditional “Three R’s” – reduce, reuse, and recycle. These R’s are important ways to decrease our impact on God’s earth, but it seems to me that they do not get at the root…

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Portland Avenue Presbyterian Church Goes Green

Portland Avenue Presbyterian Church’s redevelopment in the Louisville neighborhood of Portland is about “more than building a church.” Rev. Willa Fae Williams shared this as we talked in a trailer across from the former site of Portland Avenue PC. On…

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West Virginia Churches As Guardians of Creation

Churches throughout the Presbytery of West Virginia have been strengthening their commitment to act as stewards of God’s earth through the “Churches As Guardians of Creation” program, which was launched by the Stewardship of Creation Ministry Team in March 2010….

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Presbyterians for Earth Care Awards

Presbyterians for Earth Care, an Eco-Justice Network, sent the following information about awards given at their luncheon at the General Assembly: Since 1997, Presbyterians for Earth Care has given awards annually to publicly recognize individuals and groups, institutions, and churches…

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Earth Day Sunday in Review

Earth Day takes place each year on April 22. PC(USA) churches are encouraged to celebrate Earth Day Sunday the Sunday before or after Earth Day to remember the glory of God’s creation and to explore how we can serve as…

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