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…a community that practices environmental sustainability, that is nourished by faith and spirituality, and that seeks equity and justice for our neighbors.

What to expect on Sundays

Join us for worship at 10:15am (coffee & treats to follow!). Find out what to expect when you visit!

Join Us Sunday

Worship at 10:15am. Childcare, coffee & treats provided!

Check out what's happening in the garden!

Winter is here and though our garden appears to be sleeping, much is at work! The organic matter like leaves are insulating the soil and roots from frigid cold, root systems are growing and releasing water to keep themselves from freezing, soil-dwelling animals like insects, worms, frogs and snakes are either hibernating or are “vacationing” and being fed by the food they stored throughout the year, and soil microbes like bacteria and fungi are active. God’s creatures are amazing! 

“Next time you are out braving the cold on a wintery day, try to imagine the root systems and living creatures below ground. We can thank soil for protecting and insulating its inhabitants. Whether they are hibernating or snacking on stored food, they are alive and well.”Mary Tiedeman, Soil Science of Society member

Help Create a Sustainable World

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“I used to think that top global environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and climate change. I thought that with 30 years of good science we could address these problems. I was wrong. The top environmental problems are selfishness, greed, and apathy, and to deal with these we need a spiritual and cultural transformation.”  
~Gus Speth, American Environmental Lawyer and Advocate

Do no harm.
Do good.
Love God.

The General Rules of the United Methodist Church