Many religious leaders in Iowa have gotten together on the eve of earth day to discuss the importance of climate change. They hope to create bipartisan support for policy in regards to the environment. These faith leaders all want to do what they feel is right, which is to help preserve the earth. To read more about this, click here.
The Anamchara Faith Community will be going into the woods to celebrate Earth Day this year. Lessons from biblical passages involving trees and their importance will be taught, and actions such as planting trees will occur. This service will draw from different faiths and cultures, ranging from the Catholic faith to Native American customs and traditions. To find out more about this special service, click here.
Earth Day is April 22nd this year. Many different organizations are getting together with Metro Parks Officials to clean up parks in the Columbus area. This would be a great activity to get you or your entire church community involved in. It would be a great teaching tool and a great way to give back and clean up the surrounding area. For more information on how you can get involved, follow this link.