Weekly newsletter/bulletin insert: Turn down the AC, and the Episcopal Vision for Creation Care

In this week’s free Creation Corner for church newsletters and bulletins, our green-living tip is to turn down the AC this summer, and our quote comes from the official Episcopal Vision for Creation Care. Share this week’s column on Facebook. Living on God’s Earth By Episcopal Climate News, facebook.com/EpiscopalClimateNews This week’s earth-friendly living tip: Turn off... Continue Reading →

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Weekly newsletter/bulletin insert: Carry a reusable water bottle, and the Holy Spirit

In this week’s free Creation Corner for church newsletters and bulletins, our green-living tip is to carry a reusable water bottle, and our quote comes from Dr. Dave Bookless. Share this week’s column on Facebook. Living on God’s Earth By Episcopal Climate News, facebook.com/EpiscopalClimateNews This week’s earth-friendly living tip: Switch to reusable water bottles! The plastic... Continue Reading →

Weekly newsletter or bulletin insert: Offset your summer travel, and a Religious Declaration

Better late than never! In this week's free Creation Corner for church newsletters and bulletins, our green-living tip is to offset your summer travel and our quote comes from the new "Religious Declaration of Unprecedented Human Emergency." Share this week's column on Facebook. Living on God's EarthBy Episcopal Climate News, facebook.com/EpiscopalClimateNews This week’s earth-friendly living... Continue Reading →

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 →

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