Singing the Song of the Earth – Psalm 19
Psalm 19 is a song of the earth that says the stars make manifest their sacred source. The Psalmist says we ourselves feel that same law written within ourselves.
We emerge from the earth and bear its fingerprint in every part of our being. Environmentalism is dancing to the pulse of life beating in our blood …
and in the blood of a whale, in the heart of a humming bird.
Earth Care is looking at the periodic chart as the sheet music of a cosmic hymn.
Earth Care Committee – Energy Action Group Meets at 12:15, 1st Sundays – Potluck – Please join us!!
Download Marilyn Rucker’s song
Earth Care Sermon Series
Jim Rigby, Keeper of the Flame (Part 1)
Jim Rigby, Earth (Part 2)
Jim Rigy, Water (Part 3)
Jim Rigy, Wind (Part 4)
Reduce your carbon footprint. Join a Low Carbon Group!
Calling Ordinary People – Let’s do all we can, where we are, with what we have! Learn more about what you can do. Click here.
Measure Your Water and Watts!
Learn about energy and water monitors. Check for phantom loads. Click here.
Waste Reduction & Recycling Ideas
Every pound of solid waste that goes into the landfill generates 2 pounds of greenhouse gases. Learn more about ways to reduce your wastes.
Water and Energy & Resource Conservation
There are simple things you can do to help preserve our limited natural resources. See our Resource Conservation page.
Earth Care Links
Interfaith Environmental Network -
Inspiring the Austin area faith community to live out the common call of environmental stewardship. St. Andrew’s is a member of and financially supports IEN.
NCC Eco-Justice Programs - Working to provie an opportunity for the national bodies of member Protestant and Orthodox communions to work together to protect and restore God’s Creation.
Union of Concerned ScientistsSt Andrew’s does not necessarily agree with all the statements found on these Web sites.