The following press clips highlight the work of Earth Ministry/WAIPL or include quotes from our staff and members.
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Local Catholic communities, like Our Lady of Guadalupe in West Seattle, are using Pope Francis’s encyclical to reinforce their good work for creation care. By Louis McGill Northwest Catholic March 30, 2016 When parishioners at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish decided in 2009 to build a parish… Read More »
Interfaith Power and Light has awarded St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church of Seattle as the winner of the national Cool Congregations Challenge. Along with going solar, this Greening Congregation cultivates a garden and participates in a carbon offset partnerships. St. Andrew’s certainly is a renewal role model… Read More »
Earth Ministry/WAIPL couldn’t be happier to announce that the Toxic-Free Kids and Families Act has been signed into law! We are grateful for the relentless dedication of faith communities across the state who devoted their time and energy to this historical piece of legislation that truly… Read More »
Faith leaders around the country are speaking up and taking action on climate change this Earth Month! Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light is proud to be participating in two national initiatives to bring attention to one of the most important moral issues of our… Read More »
Earth Ministry is grateful for our partners in Whidbey Island’s Greening Congregation Collaborative. The advocacy of this group of dedicated faith leaders was crucial in passing the Toxic-Free Kids and Families Act! March 25, 2016 South Whidbey Record By Evan Thompson An environmental advocacy group is transcending barriers… Read More »
March 10, 2016 Power Past Coal Longview, WA — Arch Coal, Inc. has asked Montana Department of Environmental Quality to suspend all work on their permit application for the Otter Creek Mine, and is closing their Otter Creek Coal offices. Arch Coal’s announcement follows the company… Read More »
The Fig Tree reports back from the 2016 Eastern Washington Legislative Conference where Earth Ministry’s Jessie Dye teamed up with John Sirois of the Upper Columibia United Tribes to facilitate a workshop on environmental justice issues. The Fig Tree March 2016 Jessie Dye discusses toxics, oil… Read More »
Peace Lutheran Church, a Greening Congregation in West Seattle, has installed a beautiful rain garden. Check out this video from the dedication ceremony and learn how your congregation can go RainWise too! King County Water Treatment Division March 4, 2016 Honoring a larger commitment to environmental stewardship… Read More »
We are happy to announce that Edmonds Lutheran Church, a congregational member of Earth Ministry, is going solar! Edmonds, WA – Edmonds Lutheran Church (ELC) will install a solar photovoltaic system to generate renewable energy for their facility this coming week. The system will be installed… Read More »
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In September 2014 Earth Ministry member, Abby Brockway and four other people chained themselves to a tripod over a train track used for oil trains on the BNSF line. They were arrested for trespassing after many hours on the tracks. Abby joined the group, now known as the Delta… Read More »