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Eco-Justice Journey

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

Just Eating Curriculum

The Presbyterian Hunger Program has created a new curriculum for middle school students:Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table. The curriculum looks at the connection between our food choices and faith, health, earth, and humankind. There is also a…

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New Book for Earth Care

Rebecca Barnes-Davies , former coordinator for Presbyterians for Restoring Creation, has written a new book that helps individuals and congregations protect the earth. 50 Ways to Help Save the Earth: How You and Your Church Can Make a Difference has…

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Eco-Justice in Peru

I just got home from an eco-justice study trip in Peru. The environmental issues were aplenty. The glaciers in the Andes that provide water for much of Peru are expected to disappear in 15-20 years. The arid coastal region and…

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West Virginia Faith Community Green Event

The Presbytery of West Virginia and the West Virginia Council of Churches are hosting “Turning Over a New Leaf: Faith Community Green Event” on October 3 in South Charleston, West Virginia. The event will feature Dr. Nazely Vardanyan, International Peacemaker…

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Online Energy Star Training Opportunity

Energy Star for Congregations, a program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is offering a new service: the Portfolio Manager. This is an interactive, online energy management tool that lets you track how much water and energy is being used…

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Welcome to Eco-Journey

The Environmental Ministries Office at PC(USA) re-opened in April of this year. Since then we have been busy working to reinvigorate the program, reaching out to churches that are interested in working on environmental issues, and planning for the future….

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