Weekly newsletter or bulletin insert: Buy Fairtrade

I'm so sorry the weekly bulletin/newsletter column is so late! It's been a hectic week of personal graduation activities, and I'm afraid I've fallen a bit behind. Here is a repeat of a past tip from 2018 that you can copy/paste for a Creation Corner in your parish communications. Living on God’s EarthBy Episcopal Climate... Continue Reading →

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Local Projects:

This week’s ECN local-project spotlight features St. Andrews Episcopal School in Fort Pierce, FL. According to a church press release, St. Andrews received a $8,600 grant for “funding of staff time for the Living Shoreline Project of the Indian River Lagoon.” Share on Facebook A story in the local newspaper TCPalm reported, "This grant will... Continue Reading →

It’s our first birthday!

It's hard to believe, but Episcopal Climate News turns one today! It's been a remarkable first year for this community: Thirty-seven weekly bulletin inserts, hundreds of memes, thousands of Facebook posts, and 2,550+ Facebook likes, with more than 20,000 people seeing our independent content about climate change and the Episcopal Church each week. Thank you... Continue Reading →

Weekly newsletter or bulletin insert: Spring cleaning, and Katharine Hayhoe

In this week’s free Creation Corner for church newsletters and bulletins, our green-living tip is to learn the surprising items you can donate or recycle during spring cleaning (including ripped t-shirts!), and our quote is from climate scientist and evangelical Christian Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. Share on Facebook Living on God’s EarthBy Episcopal Climate News, facebook.com/EpiscopalClimateNews... Continue Reading →

Local Projects: Holy Hikes from All Saints, San Leandro

This week’s ECN local-project spotlight features All Saints Episcopal Church in San Leandro, CA. Share on Facebook According to a church press release, All Saints received a grant for $6,420 to “support the development of new chapters of the Holy Hikes ministry through advertising, administrative support and communications.” All Saints explains more on their website:... Continue Reading →

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