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​Celebrate Earth Day at Home on April 22nd with these online resources:

Climate Council of Greater Kansas City - 2020 Earth Festival Online: Join the Climate Council of Greater Kansas City for lectures, forums, music, meditation and more! Online events run April 16-26th.

Climate Action KC - #EarthDayKC50: In honor of Earth Day, Climate Action KC and its partner organizations have collected suggested actions we can all take, individually and as a region, to make Kansas City a better place. Share with how you’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with the hashtag #EarthDayKC50.

National Geographic - Save the Earth for Kids: This National Geographic hub has lots of great tips, videos, and games to help kids understand how to protect our planet.

Earth Day Network - 24 Hours of Action: Join the Earth Day Network for 24 Hours of Action - a global digital mobilization that drives actions big and small, gives diverse voices a platform and demands bold action for people and the planet. Participate in global conversations, calls to action, performance, video teach-ins and more.

Ready to reconnect to your role as a steward of creation? There are many ways we can bring our actions into better alignment with our values. What will you choose to cultivate over the next year?

Take Action

Increase Awareness

Sermon: What Would Jesus Say About Climate Change?

By Pastor Adam Hamilton | January 26, 2020

Religion has nothing to say about climate change, right?

Global Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe

Sermon: We're In This - Together!

Pastor Cheryl Jefferson Bell | April 28, 2019

The Bible and Climate Change

"The Bible and Climate Change: Twentieth Anniversary of Bill McKibben’s The Comforting Whirlwind"

About EarthCOR

EarthCOR supports a Christian response to complex environmental and social challenges. Our actions are rooted in scripture that reminds us that the earth is the Lord's (1 Corinthians 10:26 and others), that we are to take care of it (Genesis 1:26, 28; Genesis 2:15, and others) and we are to love each other (Philippians 2:4, 1 John 3:18 and others).

Wherever you find yourself on your faith journey right now, and whatever shade of "green" you might be, EarthCOR invites you to help transform lives and restore the broken things.

For community and conversation about EarthCOR, join our Facebook group!

In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty; and in all things charity.
Rupertus Meldenius