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Eco-Justice Journey

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

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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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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Heifer International

As part of the Green Pre-event for the Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association we had the opportunity to tour Heifer International’s headquarters and Ranch. Heifer International is dedicated to “ending hunger and saving the earth.” They offer many programs…

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Join a Delegation to Nicaragua!

From the Enough for Everyone Program: In January, the PC(USA) is sponsoring a Delegation to Nicaragua, where participants will have the opportunity to experience Nicaragua, Fair Trade and the church’s work there firsthand. The delegation is perfect for anyone involved…

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Camp and Conference Centers

Earlier this week I attended the Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association(PCCCA) Conference at Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Before the conference I had the opportunity to take part in the “Green Pre-event,” in which representatives…

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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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