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  • On behalf of the Lummi Nation and Northwest Native Tribes

    Published May 26, 2015

    Submitted by Jessie Dye, Program and Outreach Director, Earth Ministry and Washington Interfaith Power and Light

     

     

     

    Rev. Holly Hallman, Presbyterian teaching elder in the Seattle area, last week delivered a letter from PC(USA) to the Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of the Lummi Nation and Northwest Native Tribes in a public ceremony with tribal leaders and about 400 people in attendance.
     
    Last Thursday and Friday, several tribes from the Northwest held a long-planned joint press conference, ceremony and conference establishing a strong alliance against fossil fuel exports.  At the Thursday night Ceremony at Golden Gardens park in  Seattle ...

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    From Eco-Journey

  • Together in Christ

    Published May 24, 2015

    “Thank you, Jesus, for this gift of everlasting life in Community. And thank you for new wineskins—the youngest adults in our midst. Equip them to be the leaders you need. And empower us through prayer and finances to make that happen.”

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  • Prayer "Healthy Cleaning Matters"

    Published May 22, 2015

    Healthy Cleaning Matters: Caring for Creation and Congregations

    Theological Reflection and Litany

     

    Introduction:

                I originally wrote this theological reflection and litany for the “healthy cleaning” seminar that we, the Healthy Seminarians – Healthy Church Initiative, held at Columbia Theological Seminary in March 2015.  Since we invited folks from the seminary community, local communities of faith, the neighbors living around the seminary, and some of the local schools, I tried to select a piece of scripture that both spoke to the magnificence of God’s creation and would also be sensitive to the potential religious diversity of those attending the seminar. 

                My ...

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