Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina

Category: Educational Resources


Get to know your Tree Neighbors

Get to Know Your (Other) Neighbors with the Asheville Tree Map, written by Rhys Burns Even in this time of social distancing, we are being encouraged to spend time outside as long as we are away from other people.  Learning…

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Congregations with Online Worship/Prayer

Several faith communities are offering worship and prayer services online- click the links below to learn more.  Let us know if you would like us to add your congregation to the list by filling out this form.   Photo Credit to Land…

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The Red Wolf, On the Brink- Guest Blog by Christopher Lile

The Red Wolf, On the Brink By Christopher Lile  Photo by Monty Sloan Christopher Lile is the Program Coordinator at Wolf Park, the founder of Concerts for Conservation, and a red wolf advocate for Defenders of Wildlife. A hundred and…

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Good News from the Creation Care Retreat

The Creation Care Regional Retreat Feb. 7-8, 2020 offered powerful connections and resources. The group that gathered on Friday received care, conversation, good food, and intellectual nourishment.  With the clergy, we explored ways of collectively offering hope and dancing with…

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Youth, Faithful action and Climate Concerns: Mission Earth 2019

70 Middle School and High School aged youth & adults from seven local congregations (Grace Covenant Presbyterian, Circle of Mercy, First Congregational, Grace Baptist, First Presbyterian Church, the Cathedral of All Souls, and Land of the Sky UCC) came together…

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Recommended Ecology Books for Children and Youth-Guest Blog from NCIPL

Celebrate National Book Month with these Stories & Resources In honor of National Book Month, we at NCIPL have compiled this list of books dealing with climate and environmental issues for children and young adults. Here you will find resources to educate the kids in…

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“…A Few Things Happened” Guest Blog from Rev. Selena Wright

We share this story with deep gratitude for the work of Climate Interactive and Rev. Selena Wright. A story of ongoing ripples of grace, healing, and justice from a colleague in ministry. Recently while at a clergy retreat, my friend…

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Youth are serving and learning at Mission Earth w/ Asheville Youth Mission and CCA on Oct. 20th

Our Fourth Annual Mission Earth Youth Service Learning event concerning faith and the environment is set for Sunday, October 20 from 12:30-5:30 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 40 Church Street. Middle & high school youth groups are invited to join…

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