Posts Categorized: Events

Compassion, Peace and Justice Training

PC(USA) Compassion Peace, and Justice (CPJ) ministry area will hold a training day on March 25, 2011 in conjunction with Ecumenical Advocacy Days in Washington D.C. The training day theme will be “A Justice Society and the Changing Role of…

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Eco-Stewards Program for Young Adults

The Eco-Stewards Program is for young adults ages 20-30 who are interested in exploring the connections between our faith and environmental stewardship. The 2011 program will take place June 2-9 with the theme “Living with and from the Land on…

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Lenten Earth Care: Tread Lightly for Lent 2011

As part of the reflective season of Lent, Environmental Ministries is offering “Tread Lightly for Lent,” a calendar that encourages Presbyterians to learn about eco-justice issues and take action on the issues of waste, energy, water, consumption, and food. Each…

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Give the Gift of Water

Swords into Plowshares, the blog of the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program and the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations posted the following blog on how to support access to clean drinking water through the UNICEF Tap Project. Give the gift of…

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Order Eco-Palms for Palm Sunday

Does your church purchase palms for Palm Sunday? If so, consider buying Eco-Palms this year. Purchasing Eco-Palms supports eco-justice: Eco-Palms are harvested in a sustainable manner and workers are paid a fair wage. Around 300 million palms are used in…

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Presbyterians for Earth Care Newsletter

Presbyterians for Earth Care (PEC) is a non-profit, grassroots eco-justice network. The group publishes a newsletter four times a year, and the fourth edition for 2010 is available on the group’s website. Read the new newsletter, and consider becoming a…

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December 2010 Eco-Notes

Eco-Notes is the e-newsletter from PC(USA) Environmental Ministries that is sent out approximately once a month. Below is the December 2010 issue of Eco-Notes. Sign up to receive the e-newsletter. Advent greetings As we prepare ourselves for Christ’s birth, may…

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Eco-Justice at Ecumenical Advocacy Days

The National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program sent the following information about the Eco-Justice Track at Ecumenical Advocacy Days (EAD) on March 25-28, 2011: The annual EAD conference in Washington, DCis a space for the ecumenical Christian community to worship,…

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2011 Eco-Stewards Program

The 2011 Eco-Stewards Program has just been announced with the theme “Living with and from the Land on the Crow Reservation in Montana: Sustainability and Reconciliation through Agriculture, Health and Green Building.” This program, for young adults ages 20-30 will…

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Host a Performance of Leaps and Bounds

Recently I have been hearing a lot about an opportunity for people of faith to think about eco-justice issues through art. Leaps and Bounds is a one-woman theatrical performance that explores how faith speaks to economic and environmental issues. Through…

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