'The Earth is the Lord's' (Psalm 24:1).
Prayers & photos invited:
Deadline 13 Jan 2020
The editor of this annual guide widely used by Methodists says "Climate change, species extinction, polar ice loss, sea level rise, land and air pollution and waste disposal are all traced back to aspects of our choices. Tragically, those most affected are the poor who have contributed least to the problem. We invite prayers of thanksgiving, penitence, intercession and resolve that, with God's help, we may take responsibility for our actions and, as stewards of God's gift to us, participate in the healing of creation." Details of what is sought and how to submit are here. (Scroll down)
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