The Green Team was established in March 2019.
Green Team Committee Members:
Jenna Acklin, Teresa Ankrom, Alison Davis, Joel Esala, Alice Harker, Meg Kadunc, Jack Mader, Bob Parker, Meg Rorick, Myron Rorick, and Donna Solovey
In March 2020, Circleville Presbyterian Church, Circleville, Ohio, was certified as a First Year Earth Care Congregation for 2020 by Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s Presbyterian Hunger Program through February 2021. This honor speaks to the great commitment that Circleville Presbyterian Church has made to care for God’s earth.
To become an Earth Care Congregation, this congregation affirmed an Earth Care Pledge to integrate environmental practices and thinking into their worship, education, facilities, and outreach.
The Earth Care Congregation certification is designed to recognize churches that make the commitment to take seriously God’s charge to “till and keep” the garden.
Started in 2010 by the PC(USA), the goal of this program is to inspire churches to care for God’s earth in a holistic way, through integrating earth care into all aspects of their church life. The Earth Care Congregation certification honors churches that make that commitment and encourages others to follow their example.
“It is exciting that Circleville Presbyterian Church is one of the 264 churches that chose to dedicate themselves to intentional care of God’s earth this year. In a time of much uncertainty and worry about the future, this congregation’s activities and commitment brings hope to their community. Circleville
Presbyterian Church will inspire others to respond intentionally to God’s call to care for the earth,” says Jessica Maudlin, Associate for Sustainable Living and Earth Care Concerns for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
For more information about Circleville Presbyterian Church’s earth care program contact Donna Solovey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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