Creation Care Ministryof the Tennessee-Western Kentucky Annual Conference
of The United Methodist Church
Call on Us!
“The people of Africa need action.
At Cop27 and beyond, they need concrete plans to deliver finance at scale, ensure a just transition to renewables, build climate resilience and address the loss and damage caused by this crisis.”
In all, wasted food generates around 270 million metric tons of greenhouse gases every year––roughly as much as the annual emissions from 58 million cars. The 2018 farm bill was the first to target food waste, and next year’s has the chance to expand on those efforts.
First, we pray! This ministry is grounded in prayer and acts of worship.
We share resources which reflect the conviction that we are called to care for God’s creation and to follow God’s call for justice, mercy and compassion — as God defines them.
We feel called to integrate these themes into worship throughout the liturgical year: Advent, Christmas, Lent, Eastertide and Ordinary Time as well as Earth Day and harvest.
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The content base for care of creation and for creation justice is so wide that we need the knowledge and experience of many others in order to gain greater understanding.
CLICK HERE for recorded webinar presentations, “how-to” and best practice resources, program ideas, curriculum resources, training courses, recommendations for books and film, articles and current news access.
Now there are a variety of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who activates all of them in everyone …for the common good.
(1 Corinthians 12: 4-7, NRSV)
CLICK HERE to find support and new ideas as you join in this work with others – locally and beyond.
Bring your faith and expertise to the table!
Prayerfully start! Start where you are. Start with what you have.
Call on your Conference team to help you begin this vital work.
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