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Greening Sacred Spaces

Greening Sacred Spaces is a practical program to assist faith communities in taking actions to create more sustainable, energy efficient places of worship and to educate their communities about ecological issues.

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The Green Rule

Poster with sayings from many of the world's great religious & spiritual traditions, showing that at their core all have an awareness of the sacredness of creation. Study guide available.

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Faith Community Resilience Hubs: Extreme Weather Impacts for Toronto & Building Community Engagement

Mon. Feb. 2, 8:30-10:30 am, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.

David MacLeod, Senior Environmental Specialist, Environment and Energy Division, City of Toronto will talk about what impacts Toronto can expect during the next extreme weather event and the role that faith communities might play.

Jeff Noel, Divisional Director, Emergency Disaster Services, Salvation Army (Ontario Central East), will talk about community partners and how we can work together to deal with an emergency.

Register at  Feb 2 Faith Community Resilience Hubs Workshop

For information, contact Donna Lang dlang@faith-commongood.net
 

 

Integral Faith and Transformational Inquiry Workshop — Feb 2 - 4, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Register: www.stpaulscentre.ca/registration/

Light for Lima:

Ottawa faith communities joined an international candlle- and solar-lit vigil to show concern for climate change. Organized in Ottawa by CPJ and Faith & the Common Good.

 

Greening Sacred Spaces is also on Facebook and Youtube! Find our blog posts here.

 

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The good, the bad and the green

"When parishioners enter Christ Church Cathedral through the great west doors, those who like heat should sit on the left side of the building, and those who don’t mind a cooler service should sit on the right side." 

Find out why this strange seating arrangement is suggested --

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