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Wild Goose Festival 2019 Reflections

The Creation Care Alliance was part of the rich ecosystem of the Wild Goose Festival again this summer in Hot Springs. Our team hosted table conversations and workshops about climate change and creation care for faith communities, using our Guide…

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Two Concerts Left! One Cello, One Planet: Music, Science, and Spirituality- Radio Interview and Video Reflection Below

Cellist Judith Glixon Returns to WNC for Tour Supporting Creation Care and Climate Action. She was on Blue Ridge Public Radio discussing “One Cello, One Planet,” her solo cello concert series highlighting the urgency of climate change. Listen Here. Glixon’s tour has 2…

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Creation Care Alliance Gathering-Asheville- Guest Sam Ruark-Eastes

Trinity United Methodist Church 587 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 28806 Join us Thursday, May 16th as momentum continues to build in Asheville area faith communities who are coming together to care for the rivers, air, forests and our neighbors in Western North…

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PRACTICING SHALOM IN OUR TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE

PRACTICING SHALOM IN OUR TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE Wednesdays, April 24 – May 15 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. | Crouch Chapel First Baptist Church of Asheville 5 Oak Street, Asheville, NC 28801 ca.net We are happy to present this 4-part…

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Project Drawdown Workshop-Hendersonville

On April 16, MountainTrue, the Creation Care Alliance of WNC and the Citizens’ Climate Lobby of Henderson County are proud to co-sponsor the Introduction to Project Drawdown workshop – a workshop sharing what international researchers have identified as the one-hundred…

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Earth Day Vigil-“Walking the Path”

Sunday, April 28, 2019 4:15pm-5pm Walking the Labyrinth    5:30 p.m.-Vigil with Reception to follow First Baptist Church Sacred Garden/Labyrinth 5 Oak Street, Asheville, NC 28801 Often times, we cannot fully see the destination in our ecological, social and spiritual…

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Youth: Listening to those who stand to lose so much

Ehret, a 12th grader from Loveland, Colorado who is a youth group member of Heart of the Rockies Christian Church where I served years ago called me last week to tell me about how his faith had driven him to help organize…

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Fossil Free Presbyterians reflect on Clergy Retreat

Farmers, faith leaders and scientists came together at the Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina‘s clergy retreat in January. They explored how the damage the Dust Bowl caused a climate scientist’s family farm affected his outlook, the connection between climate…

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