Eco Ministry Blog

Cancelled due to Government Shut-Down. We will try to reschedule ASAP. The Eco Committee’s nature hike to the Heinz Refuge will be Saturday, January 12. We will meet at the church at 9:00 am and proceed to the refuge and …

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Please join us on Friday, November 2, for our annual Fall Eco Movie Night and Potluck Supper. Supper starts at 6:30 and the movie at 7. Our featured attractions are three eco-related TED Talks, each of which will be followed …

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Ten surprising things that can be recycled will be reviewed one per month. This month: Aluminum Foil. Aluminum foil can be recycled easily. Unfortunately we throw away enough aluminum foil to build a fleet of aircraft. Many cities recycle aluminum …

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But ask the animals, and they will teach you; the birds of the air, and they will tell you; ask the plants of the earth, and they will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. …

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Simple changes to save energy in the summer months: Try to do all your energy-heavy chores during off-peak hours. If you do laundry, dishes, vacuuming, cooking, etc. at night, you will lower your energy bill and help prevent your home …

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What DO Plants Talk About? The Eco Ministry is hosting our Eco movie night and potluck supper Friday, May 11. We will watch The movie, What Plants Talk About, is described by Amazon.com as “Hard core science effortlessly integrated with …

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This year, our Eco Sunday event will feature a guest speaker. Dr. Chara Armon is an Assistant Professor and Lawrence C. Gallen Fellow in the Humanities at Villanova University. She describes herself as a “teacher, writer, scholar, mother, wife, and …

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Eco Tip According to the Environmental Protection Agency, air inside the average home is two to five times more polluted than the air outside, during the winter months largely due to toxic household cleaners. To help keep your inside air …

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Spring Road Clean-Up – Saturday, March 17, beginning at 10:00 am. Meet at the church to get our supplies and then clean up Rose Tree Road. Contact Deb Felton (dlf1957@verizon.net) with any questions.

Close the recycling loop. Many articles of clothing, such as jackets, scarves, gloves, and boots, are now made from recycled materials. Most fleece products are made from recycled plastic soda bottles, and certain clothing and shoe manufacturers use recycled cotton …

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