Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina

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Summer Eco-Grief Circles are Open- Featured in the Mountain Xpress

Join us for an Eco Grief Circle this May Thursday, May 13-June 24, at noon ET. Sign up here.  You can read more about Eco-Grief Here. This Seven-week Online experience will be offered in sessions that last about 1 hour…

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Creation Care Alliance featured in the Guardian “US pastor using scripture to mobilize climate action”

We are excited to share the article written by Mélissa Godin in the Guardian on behalf of Earth Day 2021. “across the US, there is a growing movement of religious leaders who are trying to deploy faith as a vehicle…

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Letter from Scott regarding moving into a new role and building on the foundations of compassionate climate action

The CCA Director is moving into a new role. And the Creation Care Alliance is building on the foundations of compassionate climate action. Dear friends and supporters, After 6 years of wonderful work collaborating with individuals and congregations in Western…

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Creation Care Symposium Set for January 28-29

Sacred Lands, Sacred Bodies; Faithfully Caring for People and Place.  Register here https://secure.everyaction.com/3EXokT2WB0iPPS2q_bLKGQ2   Thursday, January 28 – Friday, January 29 Morning and afternoon ZOOM sessions will be offered each day with times and details to be announced soon Download…

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Winter Eco-Grief Circle Dates Announced

REGISTER FOR THE FREE ONLINE 7-WEEK EXPERIENCE BELOW   Register for Winter Eco Grief Circle on Thursdays at noon. (Starts 1/14/21) Register for Winter Eco Grief Circle on Fridays at noon. (Starts 1/15/21) Read more about our work with Eco-Grief in…

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Preaching Advent and Creation Care

On Oct. 29 people from 14 states representing 7 denominations came together to explore the Christian Season of Advent as it intersects with creation care and social justice.  See full video below. The meeting included  15-minute teachings & exegesis on…

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BLACKBURN’S CHAPEL: A Rural Community of Creation By: Brooklynn Reardon, Duke Divinity School

  As someone born and raised in Los Angeles County, my experiences with ‘small’ and ‘rural’ are far and few.  Furthermore, when I read books on sustainability and agriculture, I typically pick up books written in universities by professors who…

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Help Solar in Buncombe July 21

A Historic Vote On Solar July 21 Share your faith and passion for a clean energy future.  Learn more here.  On July 21, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners will vote on whether or not to move forward with a plan…

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