EARTH CARE CONGREGATION
What Does It Mean To Be An Earth Care Congregation?
Westminster Presbyterian Church is committed to environmental stewardship and has recently become certified as an Earth Care Congregation. We have implemented projects in the fields of worship, education, facilities, and outreach to help protect the planet. The purpose of the Presbytery Earth Care Program is for Presbyterians with Earth Care to collaborate with individuals and churches to become better stewards of God’s creation. Read more about our projects and find out how you can join us in our mission.
Ways We Are Making A Difference.
We have returned to using glass communion cups instead of single-use plastic.
We have switched from a gas line trimmer to a rechargeable battery-powered line trimmer.
In February, the youth participated in a trail cleanup at a local park.
Westminster has committed to host "nature services" throughout the year, once every few months we will host a service outside God's Creation.
Our Earth Care Team
At Westminster Presbyterian Church, we strive to create a community of faith that is centered around love and acceptance. We are committed to bringing people of all backgrounds together in order to spread the Gospel and further our mission of making the world a better place.
This year, we are proud to announce the creation of our Earth Care Team. Our Earth care team was assembled this year and consists of; Suzanne Fell, Sue Harris, Nancy Crawford, and Jill Bremer. They are working to help us be more intentional in our stewardship of the earth. We invite all our members to join us in this effort to be more mindful of our environment.