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Wesley United Methodist Church has gone solar. Eight solar panels have been installed on the church roof and will be dedicated Sunday. “They’re an investment and a symbol of renewal resources,” the Rev. Ron Hines said.
Davis United Methodist Church was honored earlier this month by Earth Ministry for its environmental stewardship and status as Earth Ministry’s Greening Congregation of the Month for September 2012.
Firefighters, nurses and physicians line up for a ban on some chemicals. But opponents question whether there are better alternatives.
We know that, as people of faith, we are called by our faith to stand in protection of the health and future well-being of all God's children. The best choice we can make, as people of faith and as Washingtonians, is to stop these coal trains.
Examiner.com featured an article about Ballard First Lutheran, one of Earth Ministry's Greening Congregations, on July 12th. This weekend, Ballard First Lutheran is promoting a car-free Sunday. Instead, members will walk, bike, and bus to church.
Coal companies want to build enormous export terminals in Washington state to ship coal through our region to Asia. While permitting such coal terminals may sound like a mere technical matter, it is not. This is a decision that affects the future of our region and our world.
Interview with Mallory McDuff on Texas Public Radio.
Jessie Dye presents in Spokane alongside Amber Waldref and Jon Snyder on the dangers of coal export.
Earth Ministry's Jessie Dye shares information on the lack of regulations on chemicals in children's products and the need for the Toxic-Free Kids Act.
Youth from Earth Ministry Greening Congregation tackles a project in Shoreline to return a large plot of land overgrown with weeds and invasive plants back into the Northwest natural environment.
Seattle Pacific University professor Doug Thorpe shares a moving contemplation of the power of water in the Holy Land, as he experienced it on an Earth Ministry eco-justice trip to Israel, Palestine and Jordan in January, 2009.
Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light's work is referenced in this article highlighting the generosity of Christian churches sharing sacred spaces.
Transitioning from military life to civilian, from a role of guardian of a nation to guardian of an infant, was a tumultuous one for me. Being a new mother is hard work, and I’m used to that, but I wasn’t prepared for dealing with toxic chemicals linked to cancer and learning disabilities that can be found in baby bottles, baby blankets and toys.
Earth Ministry Executive Director LeeAnne Beres explores the Lenten season, suggesting a "fast from carbon" be incorporated as an environmentally friendly Lenten practice.
Opponents squared off in Olympia Tuesday over how quickly the state's only coal-fired power plant in Centralia, WA should transition to cleaner energy sources.
Through Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light, people of faith are working as partners with the leading environmental groups in the state to close its one coal-fired power plant and provide a transition to a clean energy economy
The Olympian weighs in on the proposed bill to shut down the TransAlta coal plant.
A pro-God, anti-coal group trying to be heard in Washington State is the focus of this blog post on the Mother Nature Network.
In an Opinion Editorial for the Columbian, Bishop Greg Rickel and the Rev. Hunt Priest provide the faith perspective on why Washington needs to transition off coal.
The four environmental priorities for Washington State in the 2011 legislative season are explored by The Olympian - Earth Ministry's LeeAnne Beres speaks about coal.