Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina

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What are your next steps for Creation Care?

Discerning Next Steps in Creation Care June 16, 12-1:30pm Sign up Here. Grab your lunch and join us for an interactive way to explore next steps for your congregation, green team, family, or self.  While we recognize that there may…

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CCA Book Study-Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common

Join Steering Team Member, Janet Mitchell and Wake Forest Intern Jessica Rowe for a conversational experience of The Pope’s landmark expression of faith, social justice and ecology that was released five years ago. In Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common Home Pope…

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2020 Earth Day Vigil – Watch Here

The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day is an occasion that warrants reflection and deserves celebration. Above all, it honors and inspires community: both the community of people, past and present, that have cared for our earth and the community of…

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Earth Day Vigil April 26- 50th Anniversary

Earth Day Vigil Register Here.   Although we are unable to gather in person this year, we are excited to host a virtual Earth Day Vigil in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. The vigil will be focused around the…

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Scavenger Hunt: Neighborhood Natives and Meditation.

What do Oaks, Violets, Native Bees and Robins have in common?  They are native species in Western North Carolina and they are part of the CCA Neighborhood Natives Scavenger Hunt. While we are caring for our human neighbors by maintaining…

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CARES ACT offers Financial Support for Faith Communities-Covid-19

CARES ACT PROVISIONS PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM for CONGREGATIONS. Photo by Sheila Mraz at Earth Day Vigil 2018 Your denomination will know more about this opportunity but we wanted to offer this potential resource in the midst of the ongoing financial…

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Watch the CCA Solar Summit Video

Take a look at our Solar Summit video to hear some of the successes, challenges, and wisdom attendees learned from throughout the solar process. Our hope is for this video to be a resource for other congregations who may be interested in solar, but don’t know where to start.

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Love and humanity during a crisis (COVID-19)

It is clear that “business as usual” has been disrupted by COVID-19 and our reactions to this uncertainty are varied. Many of us have encountered great challenges and yet beauty and compassion remain visible and within reach. I have been…

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