Posts Categorized: Climate Change

Our Call

There are some people in the Church that protest that in working to restore and protect God’s Creation, we are actually working on a “liberal” cause that is not worth our time. We need to take the politics out of…

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Thanksgiving for Food

Recently I have become more passionate about striving to eat healthy, organic, and when possible, local, foods. Eating to help my health and the health of the planet can be a challenge, but I have found an increasing amount of…

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What do Presbyterians Think about Environmental Issues?

The May 2009 Presbyterian Panel survey, which was answered by a representative sample of Presbyterian members, elders, and ordained pastors, focused on the environment. From the survey, we now have some up to date information on what Presbyterians feel are…

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Alternative Thanksgiving Ideas

Enough for Everyone, part of the Presbyterian Hunger Program, has produced the Just Living series, which helps people live out their faith in their daily lives in a way that honors the earth and all its inhabitants. One of the…

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Stop Mountaintop Removal on Coal River Mountain

From the National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program: Lands and water are essential parts of God’s creation. Through the land, God nourishes life and water links human life to the rest of God’s Creation. Creation begins with God calling life…

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Looking for Ideas for Your Congreation?

Is your congregation looking for ideas on how to make your facility more environmentally friendly? The National Religious Partnership for the Environment website features profiles of churches that have undertaken earth care projects. There are some creative and inspiring ideas!…

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Green Jobs and Climate Justice Webcast

GreenFaith is offering a webcast on green jobs and climate justice on November 12 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The webcast will focus on advocacy around the U.S. Senate climate bill and will include perspectives from Jewish and Evangelical leaders….

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Hopenhagen

Go to Hopenhagen.org to sign a petition urging meaningful action at the climate talks in Copenhagen and to share what gives you hope. This is a neat site, where over 300,000 people have shared their hope with each other. Become…

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Climate Witness Event in DC on November 5

For any of you in the Washington D.C. area, the PC(USA) Washington Office sent this email yesterday asking for participation in a Climate Witness event next week: The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Washington Office along with Church World Service, the National…

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Earth Care Theology from the Presbytery of Yukon

Yukon’s Executive Presbyter Rev. Curtis Karns recently wrote an inspiring post about the theology of earth care on the Presbytery of Yukon blog. He reminds us of the importance Jesus placed on responsibility for leadership. With this in mind, it…

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