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Pray for the Earth

Creation Justice Ministries is urging people of faith to pray for the earth and the healing of the planet Friday, April 22 at noon (whenever noon is for you).


Friday is Earth Day, and representatives from many countries will gather at the United Nations in New York. They plan to sign the historic Paris Agreement, which was made at the December 2015 COP 21 international climate negotiations. The United Nations will continue to accept signatures to the Paris Agreement through April 2017. […]

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Earth Day 2015: There’s #NoPlaceLikeHome

Today is Earth Day, and this year NASA’s social media project is #NoPlaceLikeHome – encouraging people to post photos and Vine/Instragram videos of their favorite places on earth. (They’ve also created a Facebook page, a Google+ group and a Flickr group.)

Huffington Post has published 11 prayers for creation, from a range of faith traditions including Judaism and Native American spirituality. Included, this Hindu prayer:

May the waters flow peacefully; may the herbs and plants grow peacefully; may all the divine powers […]

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TEC Climate Change Crisis discussion March 24 kicks off 30 Days of Action

Announced today in a release from The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs:

[March 18, 2015] The Climate Change Crisis, presented by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society on March 24, will address one of the most significant topics in today’s society.

The 90-minute live webcast will originate from Campbell Hall Episcopal School, North Hollywood, CA, in partnership with Bishop J. Jon Bruno and the Diocese of Los Angeles.

The discussion begins at 11 am Pacific and the webcast will be available at […]

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