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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.

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Digging in the Dirt

Digging in the Dirt is not just for little kids. From the beginning of creation until now, God invites us to join him in caring for all of creation. In this one-week sermon series, Pastor Scott Chrostek helps us understand how caring for creation brings us fulfillment and purpose as we seek to follow God's invitation to "dig in the dirt" and care for our world.

Pastor Adam's Earth Day Vespers

Watch Pastor Adam's Facebook Vespers on Earth Day Eve 2020 when he talked with Michael Doane from The Nature Conservancy and looked at the Creation Psalms.

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The Most Important Thing You Can Do to Fight Climate Change: Talk About It

TED Talk | November 2018

The Story of Stuff

What Would Jesus Say About Climate Change?

By Pastor Adam Hamilton | January 26, 2020

We're In This - Together!

Pastor Cheryl Jefferson Bell | April 28, 2019

Sermon: In the Beginning -The Garden of Eden

By Pastor Adam Hamilton | March 12, 2017

Sermon: Paradise Lost - The Garden of Eden

By Pastor Adam Hamilton | March 19, 2017

The Bible and Climate Change

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

Religion has nothing to say about climate change, right?

Global Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe

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