Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina

Category: Educational Resources


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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Advent Hearts and Minds: Preaching and Self Care with Creation Care in Mind. 

A conversation for and with clergy people. Oct. 29, 4-5:30 PM Eastern Time   Register Here.  We wait. We are in the midst of deep challenges globally and locally as our congregations face the division associated with an upcoming election as well…

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Voting your Faith Values

Voting your Faith Values in 2020 The election of 2020 is the most important election in our lifetime and will determine the future of life on this earth. Make sure that your vote gets counted. The Creation Care Alliance of…

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Fires and hope

The images and the words spilling out around us are declaring troubling times. Friends from congregations in California, Oregon, Washington and Colorado have been sharing news of the catastrophic fires raging out West. These tragedies are heaped on top of continued racial injustice,…

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“Mustard Seeds and Good Yeast” Eco-Justice in the time of COVID-19

He said therefore, “What is the kingdom of God like? And to what should I compare it?  It is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in the garden; it grew and became a tree, and the birds…

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Blessed are those who Mourn: Congregational support for Eco-Grief

Faith communities have a complicated history when it comes to mental health and wholeness. In some ways faith communities have failed by ignoring mental health challenges that are present within our communities and among clergy people.  Oftentimes the stigma that…

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