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Littermates

When we begin to see all of humanity–and maybe all of the non-human created world, to boot–as “our litter”–something changes in us…and it’s precisely the “something” that hooks us to God.  We forget about the power of grace–until it comes in on “little cat feet.”

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Can we inconvenience ourselves a little?

At the Magazine, we’ve been looking at insights and reflections on the human (individual and collective) relationship with the created order. That could be nature, the environment, our use of resources, animals, each other, like the creed says – all things seen and unseen. In this piece, Harold Clinehens reminds us that the little things matter – a lot.

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Do you believe in climate change?

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring our relationship with Creation; all things seen and unseen. In this piece, Craig Foster explores how his vocation has led him to engage in care of the world through Interfaith Power & Light

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Greening the Church

Creation care has become an important aspect of mission and ministry for many congregations.  It is also an

Grace Episcopal Church in Silver Spring, Md. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

opportunity for ecumenical and interfaith cooperation for many.  Recently, Grace Episcopal Church in Silver Spring, MD was highlighted in an article in the Washington Post for their efforts.  They are the the third congregation in the Washington area to enroll in a two-year certification program through Greenfaith, an interfaith environmental organization.

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