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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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Scavenger Hunt: Neighborhood Natives and Meditation.

What do Oaks, Violets, Native Bees and Robins have in common?  They are native species in Western North Carolina and they are part of the CCA Neighborhood Natives Scavenger Hunt. While we are caring for our human neighbors by maintaining…

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Eco-Challenge Team 2020- Join us

This month we will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!  We recognize that we are in the midst of collective trauma and chaos. However, if you are able and interested in joining us as we focus on individual ecological…

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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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Cellist Judith Glixon was on Blue Ridge Public Radio this morning

Cellist Judith Glixon was on Blue Ridge Public Radio this morning discussing “One Cello, One Planet,” her solo cello concert series highlighting the urgency of climate change. Glixon’s tour has stops in Black Mountain, Tryon, Hendersonville and Asheville this month,…

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Wild Goose Festival-CCA Workshops

The Creation Care Alliance will have the privilege to share some of our work to a wider national audience at the Wild Goose Festival this Summer.  The Wild Goose Festival is a Spirit, Justice, Music and Arts Festival hosted in Hot Springs,…

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Creation Care Alliance Launches Guide to Help Spiritual Communities and People of Faith to Act on Behalf of Our Planet

 The Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina has launched the Guide to Cultivating Care for Creation – a new resource for churches, spiritual communities and people of faith looking for tangible ways they can act on behalf of our…

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“Straws” Documentary Viewing

Toward Zero Waste Asheville, NC, Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina, Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church and Asheville Green Works are happy to present Straws, a short documentary narrated by Academy-award winning actor Tim Robbins, which charts the history of straws…

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