Posts Categorized: Restoring Creation for Ecology and Justice

The Power of Community and Agency to Transform Society

Little Village Environmental Justice Organization By Jennifer Evans, mission specialist for the Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP)   During PHP’s spring advisory committee meeting, we visited one of our newest grant partners, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO) in Chicago. In this predominantly Mexican-American community, their office is located in the Little Village neighborhood and appears… Read more »

Youth Find Environmental Justice Program Inspiring

Earth Covenant Ministry Creates Misión Verde This summer, Earth Covenant Ministry (ECM), based in Atlanta, Georgia, began a program called “Misión Verde: An Exploration of Faith in God’s Creation.” This program was designed for Latino youth to come together for a week and discuss the connections between caring for God’s creation, faith, and environmental justice… Read more »

Webinar on Earth Care Congregations and Energy Star

PC(USA) Congregations that are interested in working on earth care are invited to participate in a webinar from PC(USA) Environmental Ministries and ENERGY STAR for Congregations called “Earth Care Congregations and How ENERGY STAR Can Help” on Wednesday, October 6…

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Environmental Issues at General Assembly

The 219th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), which met in Minneapolis in early July, approved four environmental-related business items. An overture from the Presbytery of Charlotte entitled “On Lifting Up the ‘Call to Restore’ Creation” reaffirms the Call…

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Reflecting on Restoring Creation for Ecology and Justice

In 1990 the 202nd General Assembly approved Restoring Creation for Ecology and Justice, which affirms that God calls the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to care for the earth and work for justice for all of creation, human and non-human. The policy…

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