To be caretakers of God's amazing Creation through conservation, education, and advocacy.
We aim to...
embrace all of Creation as God's beloved,
be a network of grace as we learn together to deepen our stewardship,
support one another as we move outside our comfort zones and into advocacy.
View the MA Conference of the United Church of Christ's Green Congregation Challenge.
The Environmental Ministries/Green Team Bulletin Board is up and running. It is a work in progress, and if you have any materials to post, please give them to Jane Fadden, Laraine Snooks, or Deb Sawyer. You might want to check out our progress on the Green Church Challenge. We have also posted a list of Volunteer Opportunities and Ways You Can Become Involved with the Green Team. If you are interested or passionate about any of them, consider signing up or speak to anyone on the Steering Committee: Jane Fadden, Ernie and Judy Edwards, Sandy Clarke, Glenn Pruszinski, Laraine Snooks, Deb Sawyer, and Beth Marascio.
The Mass Conference of the UCC Environmental Ministries
The Pollinator, an Environmental Justice Forum
MIPandL (Mass. Interfaith Power & Light)
Mass Power Forward, coalition to ensure the state adopts a just energy policy
OARS Organization for the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers
MA Dept. of Fish and Game
NWF National Wildlife Federation
Defenders of Wildlife
MA Chapter Sierra Club
Environmental Working Group
NRDC National Resources Defense Council
EDF Environmental Defense Fund
Elders Climate Action
Laudato Si, Pope Francis' Encyclical on Environment and Climate
Wellesley College Presents
The Wilson Lecture: Al Gore
Wednesday, April 25, 5:30 p.m.
Alumnae Hall Auditorium
The global leader in the fight to halt climate change, Gore will engage in a wide-ranging, candid conversation with Wellesley College Trustee Sue Wagner ’82 before answering questions from the community. Gore and Wagner, who are friends and colleagues, will discuss, with candor and conviction, what is at stake for us all. This event will be live streamed on wellesley.edu/live.
Who wants FREE PIZZA and an opportunity to learn?
Volunteer for Framingham's Earth Day, April 28
Can you lift 20-30 pounds many times over the course of a couple of hours. Help with setup (8:30-11:00 a.m.) or clean-up (3:00-4:30 p.m.) for Earth Day. Are you a good sorter? Do you love helping people make a difference? Become a Recycling Ambassador and learn all there is about recycling and composting. For more information check out the Earth Day Festival's full list of Volunteer Needs.
Members of The Plymouth Church in Framingham's Environmental Ministries Steering Committee:
Ernie and Judy Edwards, Sandy Clarke, Jane Fadden, Beth Marascio, Glenn Pruszinski, Deb Sawyer, and Laraine Snooks
If you would like to know more about The Plymouth Church's commitment to the environment,
please feel free to email Jane Fadden at firstname.lastname@example.org.