“A parched land into springs of water.”
A forum on the current state of the waters around us, and Christian call and responsibility in discipleship and faithfulness.
October 14, 2018
4:30 to 6:30 pm
PCPC Fellowship Hall
The forum will include presentations from the scientific community, the Florida ecology and conservation community, and faith leaders. It will provide opportunity for questions and dialogue and will conclude with Vespers worship at 6:00 pm in a time for prayer and living up in offering opportunity for faithful action.
The program is sponsored jointly by PCPC’s Witness and Service and Faith Formation Committees.
For more information please contact Will Wellman at email@example.com or John DeBevoise at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Not only are we called to give thanks for God’s glorious creation, we are given the task by God to oversee what God has created. We are, according to scripture, God’s overseers and caretakers of the whole creation, which includes ourselves. We are, at the most basic level, called to be just, loving stewards of all creation, serving and preserving the earth. (Gen 2:15). Our commitment must be to the sustainability that God has willed for God’s creation, which means ensuring that all people and all of creation experience sufficiency in the resources they need to thrive, not only now, but for generations to come.”
From the PCUSA Environmental Stewardship Ministry