Posted by: mcgurker | April 15, 2010

Earth Day Sunday Celebrations from Coast to Coast

Last Week, we asked congregations to share their Earth Day Sunday plans.  Congregations from across the country responded sharing stories of their efforts to be good stewards of their sacred spaces and telling their plans to celebrate the goodness of God’s Creation through worship and Sunday school classes on Earth Day Sunday.

This Sunday, April 18th St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, CA will host a day long Earth Day Sunday

Forest Lake Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC Earth Day Service Project

Celebration, kicking off with a worship service themed around the NCC’s Earth Day Sunday resource Sacred Spaced and an Abundant Life: Sacred Spaces as Stewardship.

Church of Reconciliation in Chapel Hill, NC is engaged in a month long celebration of God’s Creation with adult education classes and environmental Sabbath art projects, culminating in an outdoor worship service on April 25th.

Westminster Church of the Brethren in Westminster, MD will make a joyful noise on Earth Day Sunday with hymns taken from the NCC’s Stewards of the Bay resource for congregations in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

The green team, “Christians for the Earth” at Flagstaff Federated Community Church in Flagstaff, Arizona organizes workshops and adult studies for the congregation works to ensure that the congregation practices stewardship of their sacred space.

Click here to read more about these congregations and others who are celebrating God’s Creation and ensuring that they live as good stewards of their sacred spaces.


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