Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) Blogs

Eco-Justice Journey

Opportunities and information for education, advocacy, and action to accompany you on your own justice journey.

Protecting the Mountains

In God’s hand are the depths of the earth; the heights of the mountains are God’s also. Psalm 95:4 Last night I attended a fund raiser for Kentuckians for the Commonwealth’s work to end mountaintop removal mining (MTR). The evening…

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Other Faith and Environment Blogs

There are a few blogs on environmental issues that I thought I’d mention – Rev. Neddy Astudillo has a blog in Spanish called Eco-Justicia. Rev. Astudillo is the pastor at Parroquia San José, a PC(USA)-ELCA – Latino Ministry in Beloit,…

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Bell Ringing for Climate Justice

From December 7-18 international leaders will be meeting in Copenhagen in December to create a new international agreement to lower greenhouse gas emissions that will replace the Kyoto Protocol when it expires in 2012. To show your support for climate…

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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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Reclaiming Advent and Christmas

Every year my family talks about how we are going to make this Christmas season less stressful than the last. A season that should be about “joyful expectation” has become more about fulfilling expectations for gift giving. Don’t get me…

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GreenFaith Resource on Sustainable Food

Does your church want to start serving more sustainable food, but you’re not quite sure where to start? GreenFaith has just released Restoring Eden, a guide to providing more sustainable food for your congregation. There are ideas on where to…

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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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Sacred Water

The US Geological Survey has released a report that states that the United States used less water in 2005 than it did in peak usage years from 1975-1980. This information, released in a report entitled “Estimated Use of Water in…

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