Earth Day: from death to resurrection

By The Revd Canon Dr Rachel Mash 18 April 2019 As we approach Earth Day (Monday 22 April), the largest civic-focused day of action in the world, the Environmental Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Canon Rachel Mash, poses a challenge for Christians and makes connections with the Easter story. If the Easter … Continue reading “Earth Day: from death to resurrection”

My Second Uniform

By Martha Tatarnic April 26, 2018 Creator, we stand in awe and wonder at God’s great creation, at the diversity of beings, and at the intricate balance of relationships that sustains life. We recognize the need and basic human right for each person to have a place to which to belong. Inspire in us the will … Continue reading “My Second Uniform”

Wisconsin church’s rain barrel sale highlights outreach plans emphasizing creation care

By   David Paulsen, Episcopal News Service April 25, 2018 Kim Wahl of the Wisconsin Green Schools Network leads a workshop on rain barrels April 21 at Aspen Ridge Home & Garden in Mineral Point, Wisconsin. The workshop was part of an initiative by Trinity Episcopal Church. Photo: Elizabeth McGehee   You might say Trinity Episcopal … Continue reading “Wisconsin church’s rain barrel sale highlights outreach plans emphasizing creation care”

Earth Day – Why should we care?

  By The Revd Dr Rachel Mash 19 April 2018  Ahead of Earth Day on Sunday (22 April), the environmental coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Revd Dr Rachel Mash, argues that the opposite of love is not hate, but apathy. We often think that the opposite of love is hate. To … Continue reading “Earth Day – Why should we care?”

Anglican, Lutheran leaders ask for Earth Day prayers and action

By Tali Folkins April 17, 2018 In their statement, the church leaders provide suggestions for using the earth’s resources more responsibly, including being more mindful of water use. Photo: Kai19/Shutterstock   With the approach of Earth Day this Sunday, April 22, Canadian Anglican and Lutheran leaders are asking for prayers and Earth-friendly action. In a … Continue reading “Anglican, Lutheran leaders ask for Earth Day prayers and action”