This week Ray Najjar, a 2013 cyclist and Professor of Oceanography at Penn State University shares his story from the road as he reflects on some highlights from his trip and also on the fragility of our oceans and the communities at their edges. and the need to take action on climate change — and … Continue reading Stories from the Road — I also recognize that the Ocean can only take so much…
This sermon was given by John Dernbach at the Church of the Nativity & St. Stephen in Newport, PA on April 17, 2016. It is reprinted here with permission. Good morning. I have known your rector, Rebecca Myers, for many years. She has honored me, with her invitation to speak … Continue reading SERMON: Love God with All Your Heart
Check back here for a one-a-day series of actions and solutions from now until 12/11, while the international climate talks (COP 21) are going on in Paris. Today’s post shows how a small group can act meaningfully within a congregation before the whole congregation is fully and enthusiastically engaged, and how that engaged action can grow the “choir”. It … Continue reading Invite everyone, but don’t wait, Part 2.
Alan Eccleston and Linda Harris are friends and supporters of PA IPL, and members of the Voluntary Carbon Tax Witness group in their Friends’ Meeting. They sent their comments to be read in Pittsburgh. Remarks by PA IPL supporters are published on this blog alongside PA IPL’s official remarks. We strongly support the proposed regulations to reduce greenhouse gas … Continue reading Pollution and climate change are costly.
Hover over “What We Do” in the menu to see more options! Download program slips about PA IPL’s work general Creation Care color b/w Sustained Advocacy color b/w Energy Efficiency & Emissions color b/w Climate Change and Religious Values — a page of diverse quotes compiled by Interfaith Power & Light As our mission statement says: … Continue reading What We Do