FROM THE GREEN CORNER
Do you have plans for EARTH DAY on April 22? There are many good events going on that help us appreciate our planet.
But did you know that the Anglican Communion recognizes a similar but much older celebration on April 25? It is called ROGATION DAY, and the earliest ceremonies were believed to have been practiced in the British Isles in the 7th century when farmers asked the priest to bless their newly planted crops.
Even then, people understood the vital need of healthy soil and God’s blessing for abundance. Take time to pray for the health of our planet during the upcoming week. Consider the many pressures upon our planet’s resources and how you can help.
Continue reading “Earth Day Events in the DC Area”
“Water is the hammer through which climate change hits the earth.” – GreenFaith
Over the next weeks, the Green Team will consider how we can conserve and protect our planet’s clean water. We can use biodegradable soap products. We can return unused pharmaceuticals to proper sites rather than flush them into the sewer (Fauquier Hospital will accept them April 22, 9 am-12 noon).
What other ways can you suggest to protect our water? Email us your ideas!
GreenFaith and the Trinity Institute in New York City will be hosting a global theological conference, Water Justice, on March 22-24.
Continue reading “Green Team Update: Water Justice & Upcoming Events”