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Eco-Journey is the blog of the Environmental Ministries Office of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It includes a wide array of environmental topics: upcoming environmental events, links to interesting articles and studies, information on environmental advocacy, eco-theology topics, and success stories from churches that are going “green.”

Author Rebecca Barnes is the Associate for Environmental Ministries at the PC(USA). She is a graduate of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary with an MDiv and Master of Arts in Religion (MAR) dual degree.

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November 30, 2009

GreenFaith Resource on Sustainable Food

Does your church want to start serving more sustainable food, but you're not quite sure where to start? GreenFaith has just released Restoring Eden, a guide to providing more sustainable food for your congregation. There are ideas on where to...

November 24, 2009

Thanksgiving for Food

Recently I have become more passionate about striving to eat healthy, organic, and when possible, local, foods. Eating to help my health and the health of the planet can be a challenge, but I have found an increasing amount of...

November 20, 2009

Is God Calling You to the Ministry of Camps and Conference Centers?

From The Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association and the Office of Camp and Conference Ministries: The PCCCA Focus Event on December 4th-6th will be held at the NaCoMe Camp and Conference Center in Pleasantville, TN. This program will give...

November 19, 2009

What do Presbyterians Think about Environmental Issues?

The May 2009 Presbyterian Panel survey, which was answered by a representative sample of Presbyterian members, elders, and ordained pastors, focused on the environment. From the survey, we now have some up to date information on what Presbyterians feel are...

November 18, 2009

Sacred Water

The US Geological Survey has released a report that states that the United States used less water in 2005 than it did in peak usage years from 1975-1980. This information, released in a report entitled "Estimated Use of Water in...

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