United Methodist Women announces that they are actively supporting the global student climate strike that will begin on September 20th.
Officials of Wespath, the agency that administers UM pension funds and benefits, are touting its efforts to be environmentally friendly.
Everything from green-friendly investing to connecting with government officials was discussed at the recent 2019 United Methodist Creation Care Summit.
Michigan Interfaith Power and Light is a non-profit organization helping churches save dollars through energy efficiency. Those funds can then be invested in congregational care and community outreach.
Advent is a time to focus on how humans have failed in the God-given duty to care for God’s creation.
As headlines communicate prophetic pronouncements about the future of planet earth, United Methodists celebrate the season of Advent as a time for making peace with all creation.
United Methodists in Liberia and elsewhere point to Paris climate accord and initiate healthy change.
United Methodist bishops and other Christian leaders object to Paris accord decision.
The United Methodist pension agency is planning for a low-carbon economy. For investors, the move makes good sense.
“Confronting Michigan’s Climate Change” is the focus of the15th annual Keep Making Peace event to be held at University UMC, East Lansing on Saturday, April 1. Bishop David Bard will share a United Methodist perspective. Other presenters are: Dr. David Karowe presenting, “Effects of Climate Change on the Great Lakes Region.” Karowe is a Professor of Biological Sciences… Continue Reading Keep Making Peace Apr. 1, 2017