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Resources in Environmental
We have the knowledge, skills, and resources to reduce our energy consumption and switch to alternative energy sources that are less harmful to the environment. Prompt action and leadership can keep global climate change from causing its worst impacts. The Climate Care Challenge is a two part commitment that first asks participants to make a… Read more »
This guide, written by Mary Westervelt with layout and graphics by Lauren Diamond, tells the story of how one church, Trinity Presbyterian Church in Berwyn, PA, a certified Earth Care Congregation, began the process of changing the landscaping, installing rain gardens, terraces, and infiltration beds to retain storm water, and planting native flowering plants and… Read more »
15 Steps is a 8 page resource that walks you through steps for effective climate communications. Developed by Blessed Tomorrow, a program of ecoAmerica, and shared with PC(USA), this resource provides a necessary process and flow for creating and delivering successful climate change communications that resonate with others.
Let’s Talk is a communication guide for faith leaders to talk with others about faith and climate. Developed by Blessed Tomorrow, a program of ecoAmerica, and shared with PC(USA), it is designed to be useful to those of us who are novice and those of us who are experienced in talking about our faith as… Read more »
The Presbyterian Hunger Program invites you to use these prayers at mealtime during the Food Week of Action to ask for physical and spiritual daily bread.
The Presbyterian Hunger Program suggests these food relief activities for your congregation, conference, youth, or mission trip. Get involved and help meet needs in your community and globally!
Use the Presbyterian Coffee Project poster to promote your congregations’ support for fair trade through its purchase of coffee, tea, or chocolate.
The Lent 2018 daily reflection- action calendar, “Tread Lightly for Lent,” is now available. The calendar was created by the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Environmental Ministries and Enough for Everyone offices. In Lent, we reflect on Christ’s ministry, death, and resurrection. We slow down, take time, and examine our internal spiritual lives and the way we… Read more »
As people of faith, we have a moral call to pursue environmental justice: the sustainable and equitable sharing of the gifts of God’s creation among all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or class. Yet, inequities abound. To take steps toward healing our relationship with God’s creation and each other, we need to understand the… Read more »
In this workshop, we will look at how a concept of “eco-justice” encompasses ecological, economic, and social justice for all people on a thriving earth. Particular attention will be given to how environmental racism and classism affect economic well-being, for individuals and communities, in the States and around the world.