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The Rev. Dr. Dieter T. Hessel, a Presbyterian minister, educator, author, and leading religious advocate in the global ecological justice movement, died Sept. 22 at the age of 87 at his home in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
A recent train derailment in northeastern Ohio traumatized some residents and exposed a subject that many people don’t think about from day to day: What hazardous chemicals are traveling through my community?
The Rev. Judy Slater has stress-reducing and anxiety-alleviating techniques at her fingertips. Following a webinar she put on last week, so do members of Presbyterians for Earth Care.
Given recent headlines related to migration, it is easy to presume the major factors prompting people to move are war, violence and poverty.
Volunteers working with Presbyterians for Earth Care have published an online Advent daily devotional guide from perspectives related to Creation care.
Clear blue skies were on display during the opening day of the Presbyterians for Earth Care Conference at Menucha Retreat and Conference Center near Portland, Oregon. Just two weeks prior to the event, organizers were concerned that the smoke and flames from a season of wildfires would force them to find a new location.
Approximately 25 environmentally-focused Presbyterians took a half a day away from General Assembly business for a bus trip along the Columbia River Gorge on Wednesday. Nestled between the Oregon/Washington State border, this vast waterway is a salmon spawning ground. But pollution and the threat of new corporate development is placing the region in a state of concern.