Weekly newsletter or bulletin insert: Fix broken household items, and James Cone

In this week’s free Creation Corner for church newsletters and bulletins, our green-living tip is to fix broken appliances or clothes rather than throwing them away, and our quote is from the late Rev. Dr. James Cone. Share on Facebook Living on God’s EarthBy Episcopal Climate News, facebook.com/EpiscopalClimateNews This week’s earth-friendly living tip: Fix broken... Continue Reading →

Local Projects: The Minnesota Water Protector Trip of St. Mary’s in St. Paul

This week’s ECN local-project spotlight features the pro-indigenous, pro-water work of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in St. Paul, MN, in partnership with Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light. Share on Facebook According to a church press release, St. Mary’s received a grant for $5,000 for “a project to host a trip for members of non-tribal congregations... 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 →

Mourning and Celebrating Notre Dame

Notre Dame is like the world's glaciers, forests, and species: The cathedral took centuries to create, its beauty connects us to God, and it feels like it will last forever. But as reporter Dave Roberts has noted, like the world's glaciers, forests, and species, even Gothic cathedrals can sustain massive damage in the blink of... Continue Reading →

Local Projects: The Piedmont Patch in Chapel Hill, NC

This week’s ECN local-project spotlight features the Episcopal Church of the Advocate in Chapel Hill, NC. Share on Facebook According to a church press release, Church of the Advocate received two grants totaling $9,600 “to support the education, communication and digital resources production efforts of the Piedmont Patch project expansion of food production.” What is... Continue Reading →

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