The following press clips highlight the work of Earth Ministry/WAIPL or include quotes from our staff and members.
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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 »
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 »
Laura Baumgartner, member of University Temple UMC in Seattle and candidate for ministry, shares how an internship at Earth Ministry is giving her new opportunities to witness on behalf of God’s creation. By Laura Baumgartner United Methodist PNW Conference News January 19, 2016 The intersection of science… Read More »
Rev. Richenda Fairhurst was the dynamic MC of the rally at last week’s oil hearing in Vancouver, WA. Her enthusiasm and hope energized the crowd who came together from across the state to stand up to big oil’s proposal for the largest facility in North America. By Rev. Richenda… Read More »
Earth Ministry/WAIPL Executive Director LeeAnne Beres and ten other religious leaders recently met with Governor Jay Inslee to discuss how we can combat climate change in Washington. These faith leaders, representing Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Sikh traditions, have since released a short statement in support for… Read More »
People power dominated the first public hearing on the proposed oil holding facilities in Grays Harbor County. Earth Ministry staff and members attended this hearing to represent moral concerns about the poor stewardship of these dangerous projects. Outreach Coordinator, Jessica Zimmerle, is quoted below. By Kyle Mittan The… Read More »
An account of Aberdeen’s public hearing on proposed oil holding facilities at which community members raised their voices against these dirty and dangerous projects. YOU can submit a comment here through the end of October. By Jake Schild and Kyle Mittan The Daily World October 9, 2015 Locals and… Read More »
By Drew Mikkelsen KING 5 News October 8, 2015 ABERDEEN, Wash. — Critics lined up to tell state and city officials it’s a bad idea to allow crude oil deliveries into Grays Harbor County. All month the state Department of Ecology and the City of Hoquiam are… Read More »
Komo News documented explosive oil trains rolling past CenturyLink Field on game day. By Jeff Burnside Komo News October 1, 2015 SEATTLE — There were nearly 70,000 fans at CenturyLink Field for the Seahawks game last Sunday, and they will be there again on Monday night. That makes… Read More »
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In his first ever visit to the United States of America, Pope Francis repeatedly emphasized the need to care for our common home. The Holy Father was welcomed at the White House, to the United Nations, and made history by speaking to the US Congress. In… Read More »