Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina

Category: Congregational Stories


Solar 101 for Faith Communities/CCA Gathering

November 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm  Light meal will be served. First Baptist Church 5 Oak St, Asheville, NC 28801 Let us know you are coming here.  Solar 101 for Faith Communities. Learn from experts, congregational leaders, Susannah Tuttle,…

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Before the Flood Film in Morganton

Before the Flood Documentary Viewing Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio November 11, 2:30pm Morganton Public Library 204 S King St, Morganton, NC 28655 Free Admission Hosted by Grace Episcopal Church and Burke County Public Library

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CCA supporting the Foothills Creation Care Alliance (FCCA) Inaugural Event

CCA Director, Scott Hardin-Nieri will support the inaugural event for the Foothills Creation Care Alliance as they continue to build their network of people of faith who are caring for the earth and loving their neighbors.  Below is the press…

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Join the 21-Day Eco-Challenge

Join the 21-Day Eco-Challenge- CCA Registration is open. In his book Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard, Chip Heath suggests that leaders who are seeking organizational change may slip into ideas about others like “Why are these…

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Earth Day Vigil 2018

Sunday, April 22, 5:30-7:30 pm at First Baptist Church, 5 Oak Street, Asheville, NC 28801 The Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina invites you to join us for a vigil celebrating God’s creation and calling on people of faith…

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Piney Mountain United Methodist Church to Reduce Carbon Emissions by 386 Tons- Featured on Asheville.com

CCA Partner Piney Mountain UMC was featured on Asheville.com for their work with neighbors sharing LED Lightbulbs.”Piney Mountain United Methodist Church in Candler will reduce carbon emissions by 386 tons and save $72,000 over 10 years as the result of a new initiative.

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Asheville Faith Congregations Are Going Green

Recently, the Creation Care Alliance and member groups were featured in the Asheville Citizen-Times in an article titled “Asheville Faith Congregations Are Going Green.”

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