Greening Congregations Handbook: Stories, Ideas, and Resources for Cultivating Creation Awareness and Care in Your Congregation

2002, 225 pp
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The 225-page Greening Congregations Handbook is a “tool box” for all who want to foster creation awareness and care in their congregations. It helps readers actively respond to the question, “Why should people of faith care for creation?”

The Greening Congregations Handbook also helps congregations develop an enduring, creation-honoring focus within all dimensions of congregational life:
  • Worship and Education
  • Facilities and Institutional Life
  • Community Outreach
  • Denominational, Ecumenical and Interfaith Partnerships
"The Greening Congregations Handbook is a gift. It is just what the churches have needed – a well-researched, clear, comprehensive, and imaginative ‘how-to’ manual on implementing the ecological vision of the abundant life. Thank you, Earth Ministry, for this splendid present. May we all use it well.”
- Sallie McFague, Distinguished Theologian in Residence, Vancouver School of Theology

“Care for the Creation is central to the mission of the Church. This Handbook explains why that is so and what we are called to do as a result. It is an inspiring yet practical document that deserves to be widely studied and to be prominent in the life of every church and church member.”
- David Orr, Professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College

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