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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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March 13, 2014

Curriculum for Adults and for Youth

On May 12, Environmental Ministries will have a webinar about "Earth Care in Christian Education." Many Presbyterian congregations are doing wonderful programs, classes, and activities that address our role in God's creation. Mark your calendar for this Monday May 12th noon webinar with the Presbyterian Hunger Program/Environmental Ministries and stay tuned for more information!


Meanwhile, consider these two resources from PCUSA's Congregational Ministries Publishing:


cover of Being Reformed study on Stewardship of CreationBeing Reformed: Stewardship of Creation, by Henry G. Brinton, is a six-session study for adults that explores the biblical bases for our care of creation along with sessions on being environmentally friendly at home, at church, and in the world.
Participant's book
Leader's Guide



cover image of Faith Questions youth study on God's CreationFaith Questions: God's Creation is a four-session study for youth that explores the questions: “How Are We Related to God’s Creation?,” “What Does the Old Testament Say About Taking Care of Creation?,” " What Would Jesus Recycle?,” and “What Else Can I Do to Be a “Green” Christian?”  
Leader's Guide

Categories: Curriculum, Eco-Justice, Youth

Tags: adult study, christian education, classes, creation care, curriculum, earth care, eco-justice, environment, god's creation, stewardship of creation, sunday school, youth study

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