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The Episcopal Ecological Network (EpEN)

Caring for God's Creation: Called to be Stewards
part of The Episcopal Church, USA

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If you would like to find out more about the Episcopal Ecological Network, please click on the links below.

 

 
 
 
Contact information:

Episcopal Ecological Network
c/o C. Morello
1375 Residence Drive

Newark, OH 43055 USA
e-mail the EpEN Chair
[please remove the square brackets from the address before sending]

 

 

One of the activities of the Episcopal Ecological Network (EpEN) is to educate ourselves about the issues before us. We feel it is necessary to gain a deepening knowledge of the theological and spiritual issues, as well as scientific and practical ecological issues.

 

Earth Day

One activity that all can participate in is Earth Day.  It is our opportunity to express as individuals or as a group our concern for all that is happening to this planet Earth, our island home.
With this page the Episcopal Ecological Network (EpEN) seeks to provide both a listing of church-related Earth Day Events and Earth Day Activities, as well as resources (list pending) to help individuals and congregations to participate in Earth Day.

If you have an event to post, send it to news@eenonline.org

Earth Day Events and Information

The following Earth Day Events for 2008 have been provided to EpEN:

Earthday message from the EpEN. This includes some resources for your use this year.

A Bulletin Insert for Earth Day as part of a celebration of a period of Creation in the Dioccese of Minnesota.

 

Earth Day Activities

Leafing the Tree

A project done by several churches in the Diocese of Tennessee in 2002. A clergy person gives a sermon on Stewardship of Creation around Earth Day. The Clergy person would finish the sermon by challenging his/her congregation to Leaf a paper tree on a wall outside the sanctuary with Green Power Sign ups. Please talk to your clergy person about doing  this or something similar during April (Earth Month). This was done at Christ Church Cathedral in Nashville. For more information, contact Joyce Wilding, Province IV representative of the Episcopal Environmental Network.

 

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Earth Day Resources

A Litany of Thanksgiving for Creation from the Diocese of North Dakota (PDF)

Eucharist Service from Christ in Nature Retreat, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, June 2007

If you have references you would like to have listed, please send them to our webteam.

 

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The EpEN is a national network of active lay and clergy persons within the Episcopal Church, USA, who share a common concern for the environment and a common belief in the presence of God in all Creation and who work to make these concerns and beliefs known throughout all Provinces and Dioceses within the church. Members come from around the Episcopal Church USA. The activities of the EpEN are focused on the areas of Reflection, Education, and Action. 

If you would like to contact any of these groups or to find out more about the EpEN, please click on the links on the left

last update: 2009-02-16

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