I saw a bumper sticker once that said, “when you throw something away, where is away?” I’m not an expert in plastic disposal, but I spend 40 (plus) hours a week fighting energy choices that similarly assume we can take something from the earth, process it in an incredibly damaging way, use it up, and […]

Earth Teach Me

Earth Teach Me Rev. Anthony Makar March 6, 2016   Come run the hidden pine trails of the forest Come taste the sunsweet berries of the Earth Come roll in all the riches all around you And for once never wonder what they’re worth The rainstorm and the river are my brothers The heron and […]

The Prophetic Environmentalism of Rachel Carson Rev. Anthony Makar Jan. 10, 2015 This past December, thousands of delegates—representatives of 195 nations, including our Presi-dent, Barack Obama—erupted in cheers and ovations. They had just accomplished a historic break-through on an issue central to nothing less than the survival of the human race—an issue that had […]

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Gandhi called poverty “the worst form of violence.” Today, we bring compassion to poverty in all its various forms. Today’s service begins the seventh month in a year-long series that explores spiritual themes. March’s theme is COMPASSION. Dealing with change in courageous and creative ways plays a significant part in the development of a well- […]