…and God saw everything that God had made, and, indeed, it was very good. Above left: Creationtide art. Above right: Caroline celebrates food from the farm during the EcoFaith Youth Project week.
Care for Creation provides information, education and action ideas on ways that we as Christians and responsible humans can act with intention to live more lightly on the earth.
To be included on Care for Creation's email Listserve, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Central’s Care for Creation team works in five main areas: worship, education, building & grounds, personal lifestyle, and public advocacy. To connect with Central’s Care for Creation team contact: email@example.com
Catherine ponders which sprouts she will take home to plant in her garden. Central's Earth Day Plant Starter Exchange was incorporated into our April 22 Intergenerational Earth Day education program.
Partners in Care for Creation:
++Lutherans Restoring Creation
++Oregon Interfaith Power and Light