Christians seeking ways to take unified, faith-based action on the front lines of the water justice movement are invited to a webcast of Trinity Institute’s 46th National Theological Conference, “Water Justice,” Saturday, May 27 at Good Shepherd Anglican Church, Edmonton.
A comprehensive list of ideas and resources for individuals and parishes compiled by Environment Chaplain Sarah Ficko.
“God created humans in his image, and gave us the responsibility to care for creation as he would. This task can feel overwhelming or as if one individual’s actions don’t matter, but, “The Truth is, that changing light bulbs, while a good start, simply is not enough to restore balance to the creation. We must […]
Bishop Jane Alexander has appointed Sarah Ficko as Chaplain to the Environment for the Diocese of Edmonton.
The Anglican Church of Canada and Citizens for Public Justice have produced resources to help Christians exercise their responsibility to cast an informed vote in the 2015 federal election on October 19.
Styrofoam cups and plates are popular in churches, but they have an environmental cost. This link has further information and suggestions for alternatives.