This week's tip is to sign a new Arctic action alert from the Episcopal Public Policy Network, and our quote is about Lent from the Rev. Rachel Mash of Green Anglicans. Think having a green corner in your church newsletter or bulletin is a great idea, but don’t have time to research or write one?... Continue Reading →
Weekly ECN Newsletter/Bulletin Insert: End the environmentally harmful shutdown, and Margaret Bullitt-Jonas on Baptism
After a brief hiatus due to holiday travel and ordination exams, the weekly Episcopal Climate News column is back! Feel free to copy and paste this green-living tip and theological quote for your parish newsletter or bulletin, editing or shortening as your space requires. Share this week’s column on Facebook. Living on God’s EarthBy Episcopal... Continue Reading →
Weekly ECN Newsletter/Bulletin Insert: The Episcopal Public Policy Network, and Bernadette Demientieff
This week's green-living tip is to follow and take action with the official Episcopal Public Policy Network, and our quote comes from Bernadette Demientieff. Think having a green corner in your parish newsletter or bulletin is a great idea, but don’t have time to research or write one? Episcopal Climate News is here to help!... Continue Reading →
ECN editorial: Vote like creation depended on it!
One of the biggest things we can do to care for God's creation is to vote today for the candidates whom we believe will do the most to mitigate climate change — and not just in federal elections, but at the state and local levels, too. The separation of church and state is important, but... Continue Reading →
First Woman Bishop in Africa Visits DC to Talk Climate Change
This week, two prominent leaders of GREEN Anglicans in southern Africa are visiting the Diocese of Washington (DC) to talk about Anglican climate action. The Rt. Rev. Ellinah Wamukoya is Bishop of Swaziland, the first woman to be elected an Anglican bishop in the whole African continent, and the Rev. Dr. Rachel Mash is the... Continue Reading →
ECN Editorial: A Response to EPPN’s Climate-Change Action Alert
The choice of whether or not to support H.R. 6463 is a complicated one. As an independent project, Episcopal Climate News does not endorse the MARKET CHOICE Act, but does lift up the EPPN alert as a heartening example of the church taking strong moral action on climate change.