Creation Care

Hikers rest at Elk Lake during a Summit for Soldiers expedition to climb the tallest mountain in WY. Photo by Nick Knoke.

God declares all creation good and as Christians we are called to be its caretakers. United Methodists are committed keeping our planet green, clean and sustainable for all.

Nine local churches in Columbus, Ohio, hosted fourteen projects with a poverty theme, including creating a community garden on May 1, 2010. Advocacy and learning workshops coupled with service projects on Poverty & Global Health, Poverty & Neighborhoods, Poverty & Africa, Poverty & Environment led off the first ever Love First Walk to support children in Poverty, ending with a rally on the Statehouse Lawn at Capitol Square. Photo by Diane Degnan, United Methodist Communications
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Creation Care

Celebrating Earth Day at 50

April 22, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The United Methodist Festival of God’s Creation is April 19. These resources will help churches celebrate God's glorious creation.

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Avery Rhodes at Church of the Reconciler shows some ornaments made from Recylcled plastic.
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How We Serve

Church of the Recyclers

A United Methodist Church in downtown Birmingham, Alabama hopes to set an example that will create jobs through green initiatives.

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