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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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April 24, 2014

Easter and Earth Day worship at PCUSA National Offices

Easter and earth day worship at PCUSA

Colleagues at the PCUSA national offices here in Louisville, KY gathered to plan, lead, and participate in worship yesterday. Worship themes wove together this evocative time of resurrection joy and re-commitment to God's creation-- this week that holds both Easter and Earth Day.

 

Easter and earth day worship at PCUSA

 

Proclaiming Christ's resurrection, and remembering John 12:24 that uses the metaphor of Christ as a seed that dies to then bring forth much fruit, in worship yesterday we focused on the seeds God is sowing in our own lives. 

 

Easter and earth day worship at PCUSA

 

 We read scripture, sang, prayed, shared reflections, planted seeds, and shared communion.

 

Easter and earth day worship at PCUSA

 

What are you and your worshipping communities doing in this Easter-tide and/or for Earth Day? We invite you to share your stories and ideas!

 

Categories: Eco-Justice, Eco-Theology, Worship

Tags: creation care worship, earth day, easter, eco-justice worship, worship


  1. While caring for the earth is important, it seems as if the glory of Christ's resurrection is overshadowed by combining these themes. I think Christians should focus on the gospel--that we are sinners and cannot reconcile ourselves to the Father, and that the Son died for us to accomplish what we could not.

    by Martha Leatherman

    April 24, 2014

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