Do you manage a website, participate in an email listserv, or post to social media pages where information about this resource would be welcome?
Download our Earth Day Sunday 2018 Promotion Toolkit for examples of website copy, an email template, and example social media posts.
PRACTICE BEGINNING GATHERINGS BY ROOTING THEM IN A SENSE OF PLACE
Consider beginning meetings with an acknowledgement of local history: "We are grateful to be gathered here in the _____ watershed, which we share with a diversity of plants and creatures, including _______ (name a few species). We acknowledge that this land is the traditional territory of the _________ peoples. May we nurture our relationship with all our neighbors, and our shared responsibilities to this watershed where we gather today."
MULTIMEDIA: PROTECTING SACRED PLACES
COMMUNION / DENOMINATION BRANDED VERSIONS
Alliance of Baptists * American Baptist Churches (USA) * Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) * Evangelical Lutheran Church in America * Presbyterian Church (USA) * Reformed Church in America * United Church of Christ * United Methodist Church
TAKE ACTION - Let us know if you take action: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR PLACE
PROTECT THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES IN YOUR WATERSHED
Honor Endangered Species Day every May 18. Find resources on our website and download a toolkit.
PUBLIC POLICY ACTION: DEFEND THE ANTIQUITIES ACT
Our public lands conserve our spiritual, cultural, and natural heritage. These places where our communities can learn, play, and pray become Sabbath spaces – both for people and for God’s creation. Right now, some lawmakers are considering undermining the public policy that allows U.S. presidents to conserve our heritage: The Antiquities Act of 1906. Please urge your members of Congress to protect and uphold this important law.
Email Congress online or print and circulate a petition.
RESOURCES TO HELP PROTECT SPECIAL PLACES