Concern for resource consumption infuses all aspects of church life. Creation care is practiced through recycling, at potlucks, on committees, when considering transportation and in all areas of church life.
ECOfaith: Creating and Sustaining Green Congregations
This is a book with many bullet points–which makes it easy to read. Each idea–such as “Buy Fair Trade Coffee” or “Clean Green”–is followed by sections for facts, actions and resources. Chapters cover all areas of church life, from buildings and grounds to products, worship, finances and children’s activities.
Communication Tips from MCCN’s Creation Care Council
MCCN’s Creation Care Council held their annual face-to-face meeting March 13 to 14 in Goshen, Ind. Some of our work involved thinking about how to…
Failure-Free Creation Care
What are some friendly, failure-free ways my congregation can explore creation care? In Marie Fleming’s very practical workshop, “Making the Most of Every Growing Space,”…
Introducing Fort Garry Mennonite Fellowship
Fort Garry Mennonite Fellowship is located in Winnipeg, MB, near the Red River. They are part of the Lake Winnipeg watershed. David Neufeld of Home…
Zion Mennonite Church of Souderton, PA
From the Creation Care Committee at Zion Mennonite Church of Souderton, PA We have an active committee that is now addressing what has to be…
Parkview Mows with Muscle Power
Park View Mennonite Church, (PVMC), Harrisonburg, VA, has gotten a lot done since they established a Creation Care Council in mid-2009—especially in the area of…
Assembly Mennonite Offers Bike Blessing
On a Sunday in May, Assembly Mennonite Church in Goshen, Ind., celebrates Creation Care Day by encouraging everyone to bike, walk or carpool to worship….