Topic: Creation Care Webinar
Time: May 2, 2019 7:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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This is the second in a three-part series
May 2, 2019 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm – Love Your Mother: Give Her Flowers
The second webinar in this series will begin with prayer and conversation about how we have fallen in love with creation. We will continue the discussion by hearing about Redeemer UCC in Sussex’s prairie restoration garden from Rick and Nancy Vollbrecht. Rick and Nancy will tell the story of how the prairie got started on the congregation’s property and will share some tips on exploring a prairie garden on your church grounds.
The webinar will continue by highlighting the steps your church can take to help pollinators thrive and protect your local water quality. Chelsea Adams and Erik Bunk from Beeleaf Naturals in Chilton are experts in native habitat installation and native seed sales along with beekeeping services and wildflower honey production. They will highlight the importance and the process of making your grounds more sustainable, wholesome and less work to maintain.
We will conclude with time for questions and for connecting across the conference for sharing resources and support.
These webinars are open to everyone, so invite your friends – especially your ecumenical friends or community partners and those with whom you are working or with whom you’d like to share ideas and strategies.
Pre-registration is requested to help us estimate audience size. Please log on to each webinar at 6:45 to ensure connections are successful and allow a smooth start for each program. The sessions will be recorded and posted for later viewing.
The day before the webinar all who are registered will receive detailed instructions of how to get connected from your computer.
Link to the first webinar in the series (Feb. 21, 2019)