Any person or organization is welcome to start their own Carbon Garden and take a role in this emerging movement. This is one way in which you can engage in our Community Carbon initiative and make a difference right in your backyard.
This month, we are going to be exploring with our network of courageous and grounded spiritual leaders how we best honor and feel the grief, anger, and fear that are normal and healthy responses to living in a time of climate crisis.
Tommy Navarre is a high school senior who will soon be graduating from Sunset High School in Beaverton, Oregon. He was a member of St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Beaverton where he has served on the Eco-Reformation team that helped
Dear EcoFaith friends, I arrived feeling crappy, achey, not excited at all, frankly, to be setting up our EcoFaith meeting at Augustana Lutheran last Saturday morning. Solveig was there to do it with me. I hugged her more limply than
There is no single way to be a leader in EcoFaith Recovery. Different leaders from different contexts living in different parts of the country choose to live out their faith in the public arena in different ways. Rev. Janet Parker,
Dear friends, You’re invited to be part of our EcoFaith Monthly Meeting Sat. September 8th St Ignatius Catholic Church 3400 SE 43rd Ave, Portland Xavier room, two buildings north of the church (in the gym/cafeteria building) 9:15 a.m: Gather in person
Dear friends, Relationships (Practice 2) are the beating heart of EcoFaith Recovery. They are also the beating heart of my own life, from the beginning of my memory. God has always been (well, except for that confused first year of
Dear friends, I’ve been a little distressed lately to read that Jesus didn’t ask us to worship him. He asked us to follow him. The following thing is harder, and less convenient than worship, in my experience. Jesus challenged rampant
Hi EcoFaith friends, Our meeting Saturday was spirited and productive even with an August attendance level. “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” We continue our organizing for
Dear friends, How do we in EcoFaith stay relational in a society that’s transactional? And how do we walk a relational path in a political campaign we believe in (PCEF’s) that needs to make certain numbers to win (i.e., 160,000 pledges from
Hi EcoFaith Friends, Several of us were at the PCEF campaign office on Monday, which was Turn-In Day. It was an exciting space with knowing that we had over 50,000 signatures by noon and people were still pouring in to the office to
Friends, As people of faith, our growth and successes are often subtle and hard to see. We don’t graduate from schools as students do, or get promoted as employees do, or post record-breaking profits as corporations do. But right now,