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 for reading, for inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to check out the page too, and for everything you do for God’s creation! To celebrate the day, we would especially like to thank all the parishes and dioceses that have shared our posts, offline and on Facebook. It’s always heartening to watch the Body of Christ take action for God’s creation, and we’re humbled to be one small part of this faith-based movement!

These churches have included our weekly column in their offline newsletters or bulletins:
St Philip the Apostle Episcopal Church Scotts Valley CA
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Honolulu
Grace Episcopal Church Amherst, MA 
Grace Episcopal Church, Nyack, NY

These churches and groups have shared recent columns on their Facebook pages:
Episcopal Church of the Saviour – Hanford CA
Church of Saint Asaph, Bala Cynwyd, PA
Church of the Nativity, Raleigh, NC
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – Atlanta, GA
The “Episcopal Church of St. Francis” Moab, UT.
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd – Ogden, Utah
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Bowie, MD
St. James Potomac – Episcopal Church, MD
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church – Ayer, Massachusetts
Episcopalians Caring for Creation (in the Diocese of MA)
(If your parish is also printing our column, please let us know!)

Many more have shared other posts, including articles and memes, or listed us on their website. This is just a small list from some of our recent posts; it is definitely incomplete. Thank you for helping spread the word about the moral side of climate change, and for all you do to care for God’s creation!

GREEN Anglicans
Deacon Art Bass
Episcopal Church Memes
Episcopal Intercultural Network
St. Peter’s Episcopal Cathedral
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Duluth, MN
Episcopal Diocese of Oregon
The Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts
Diocese of Southern Ohio‘s Social Justice and Public Policy website
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Arroyo Grande CA The Church on the Hill
St Andrews and Christ Episcopal Church – Bayfield, CA
Trinity Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, VA
Anglican EcoCare
Anglican Bishops for Ecojustice
St. James Episcopal Church, Del Rio
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Steubenville, Ohio
St Stephen’s Episcopal Church
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church – Calhoun, Georgia
St. Columba’s Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church, Somers Point, NJ
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – Atlanta, GA
St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Huntsville, Al
St. Mark’s Episcopal Anglican Church
All Angels Episcopal Church
Southeast Deanery Episcopal Church of Alaska
St. Ambrose Episcopal Church
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
St. John’s Episcopal Church Corbin, KY
Trinity Episcopal Church, Bethlehem, PA
Saint David of Wales Episcopal Church – Elkhart, Indiana
Grace Episcopal Church
Trinity Episcopal Church Southport, CT
St. Edmund the Martyr Episcopal Church
Church of The Holy Apostles, Hilo, HI

It’s hard to track down and tag them all – thank you to these and so many more for all you do to care for God’s creation!

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2 thoughts on “It’s our first birthday!

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  1. Nathan:

    St. John’s, Essex NY uses much of what you send out as well!

    Katharine Katharine M. Preston

    Author of: Field with a view; Science and Faith in a time of Climate Change.

    Ecology Ministry Wild Orchard Farm 247 Christian Road Essex, NY 12936 518-963-8966 katharine.preston@gmail.com

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  2. Congratulations, Nathan. Obviously you are filling an important gap and it’s great so many parishes are greening! More power to you.

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