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Greta Thunberg, Person of the Year, is not Alone

Greta Thunberg is Time’s Person of the Year for 2019.  In an era where integrity and truth, compassion and creativity have been challenged and eroded Greta Thunberg has simply acted on her convictions.  It started with a strike from her…

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Pope Francis’s Encyclical on the Climate in 2019 with Sr. Rose Marie Tresp

This event is offered by St. Eugene Catholic Church Join Sr. Rose Marie Tresp, director of justice for Sisters of Mercy South Central, in a discussion of how the U.S. church is taking up Pope Francis’s now four-year-old encyclical. Sr….

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Creation Care Fall Hike with CCA and MountainTrue

BearWallow Mountain  sign up here December 4, 9-noon.   Join us for a contemplative fall hike up Bearwallow mountain. This easy-to-moderate trail climbs one mile through lovely mountain forest, and opens up onto a large grassy field at the top. This…

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Creation Care Regional Retreat Feb. 7-8, 2020- Registration is Open

Creation Care Retreat 2020-Register Here Resilience and Restoration in the Mountains  February 7, 12:30-6pm (Designated for Clergy) February 8, 8:30-5:30pm (all creation care advocates and leaders) Montreat, NC Designed with creation care volunteers and clergy in mind, this retreat allows…

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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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First United Methodist, Waynesville Launches a Creation Care Ministry!

First United Methodist Church of Waynesville is launching a Creation Care Ministry this month.  Read this beautiful theological celebration Blog Post by Rev. Keith Turman.  “FUMC Waynesville has always had a heart full of love for the humans around us,…

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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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