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Eco-Justice Journey

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

Environmental Health

We are made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26) and and are urged to take care of the body as a temple to the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). Yet, we may be using products that we don’t realize…

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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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Reminder: Countdown to Copenhagen

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. These are crucial talks, and it is important for…

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Louisiana Wetlands

Bayou Blue Presbyterian Church in Gray, Louisiana has found a passion for hospitality and education. They invite volunteers at the Houma Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Volunteer Village to for dinner and to an educational program on the shrinking of Louisiana’s wetlands….

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Free Study Guide for National Parks Documentary

Earth Ministry is offering a free religious study guide for and DVD film clips of Ken Burns’s new documentary The National Parks: America’s Best Idea. Offerings include a four session Christian study guide and a one session interfaith study guide….

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Living Waters for the World

The Presbyterian News Service recently ran an article about a Presbyterian group that will be traveling to Laos to install a water filtration system through Living Waters for the World, which is a ministry of the Synod of the Living…

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