by Jim Antal
Preserving God’s creation is perhaps the greatest theological madate of our time. As climate change worsens – as creation offers chaos in place of continuity - injustice in all its forms is multiplied. Together with our interfaith partners – as people of faith – as the church -- this is our calling. It is neither partisan nor political. The earth is our home. Our responsibility is at the center of our covenant with God.
Two opportunities to witness will soon be upon us: Earth Day and the April 29 People’s Climate March. To help you and your congregation in your plans to participate in both, here are some important links and resources.
EARTH DAY RESOURCES
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