Caring for God's Creation: Called to be Stewards
part of the Episcopal Church, USA
a Resolution on Environmental Stewardship
THE DIOCESE OF EAST TENNESSEE
FEBRUARY 7 – 9, 2003
TITLE: Environmental Stewardship
REPRESENTATIVE AT CONVENTION:
The Rev. Allan H. Cole, Environmental Stewardship, Chair
Be it resolved that the Nineteenth Annual convention of the Diocese of East Tennessee intends to lead this diocese into the right and respectful use of all the gifts and responsibilities God has bestowed upon us by urging all parishes and members to make a careful study of our conservation efforts and to adopt one or more of the following conservation measures:
Recycling and Re-use:
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