February 29, 2020

Meet Corina Newsome, a black, millennial, Evangelical, zoologist/biologist whose work focuses on connecting faith, science, climate action, education, and conservation.  Read more

February 28, 2020

Dr. Natasha DeJarnett reflects on climate, public health, and the intersections of race and pollution. “My work informs policy. This means I educate.” Read more

February 27, 2020

Rev. Lennox Yearwood reflects on the power of faith to address the intersections of race and justice within the climate movement. Read more

February 25, 2020

Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, a veteran of both the Civil Rights Movement and the Climate Movement. “It is a God-ordained civil right for everyone to have the benefit of clean water and of air free of pollutants.” Read more

February 24, 2020

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of our Lenten journey.  It is a time to return to that from which we were made—earth and the breath of God. Read more

February 23, 2020

On Transfiguration Sunday, divinity touches humanity.  Transcendence touches immanence.  Love touches fear. Read more

February 21, 2020

The Transfiguration of Jesus asks us: what kind of church shall we be in the midst of a divisive society pulling us in so many directions? Using a ‘dialogical lens’ to read and interpret this text can offer insight. Read more

February 20, 2020

For the Beauty of the Earth: A Lenten Devotional has spiritual practices that help us focus our Lenten walk as well as our journey to the cross during Holy Week and even during the 50 days of Easter. Read more

February 19, 2020

As we prepare for Lent and Easter, as well as the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, the church has a unique and urgent opportunity to connect faith and Creation care.  Read more

February 18, 2020

How can For the Beauty of the Earth be used as a congregational resource this Lent? Ideas for devotions, worship, and preaching during your Lenten journey. Read more

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