Creation Care Webinars
List of all Wisconsin Conference UCC Creation Care webinars:
- Grounded in Spirit, Called to Action: From First Steps to Next Steps. Creation Care webinar from Feb. 21, 2019
- Love Your Mother: Give her Flowers. Creation Care webinar from May 2, 2019
- Sustainable Faith Practices. Creation Care webinar from Oct. 11, 2019. This webinar celebrates the Trost Center solar installation along with the growing number of solar installations at UCC congregations throughout the state. Ideas and resources were shared to help you get started, make the case in your congregation, secure grant funding and other concerns related to solar installations on church grounds.
- Forever Earthbound book discussion. Creation Care webinar from Feb. 10, 2020
- Driving $mart in God’s Garden, from March 12, 2020. Click here to watch a recording of the webinar and learn about how you can learn to improve your current car’s efficiency by 20%!
- Moving from Crisis to Hope – Getting Started on the Kairos Call to Action, featuring Brooks Berndt, UCC Environmental Justice Minister, from June 11, 2020.
- Engaging the climate Emergency in Preaching and Worship – with Jim Antal, Aug. 13, 2020.
- Forming a Green Team – Jan. 14, 2021
- In recognition of the many ways that justice issues intersect, this workshop, “Justice Reset: Advocating as People of Faith,” was co-sponsored by the Immigration Working Group. Katie Adams, Policy Advocate for Domestic Issues in the UCC’s Washington, D.C. office, shared practical tips for effectively advocating for justice issues, April 20, 2021.
- Good Money After Bad: Investing in Creation Care, Great Lakes Creation Care Collaborative, Feb. 10, 2022. Click here for resources.
- Speak up for Lake Superior’s Bad River Watershed, Feb. 14, 2022. Click here for resources.
Climate Change, Our Faith Values, and 2020: A Conversation Between Dr. Katharine Hayhoe and Rev. Susan Hendershot. View webinar recording
Here are the links that were shared during the discussion:
Links shared by Katharine:
We hope that you will use these tools to have courageous conversations around climate change and join us in engaging faith voters in 2020.