At St. Timothy’s we have a dedicated group of parishioners and community members that meet regularly to discuss how to be faithful stewards of God’s Creation. The Creation Care Team’s goals are learning and discussion, building community and taking action as individuals, institutions and in local and national governments.
We invite you to join us in learning about climate change and to discuss the impact we can make by responding to God’s call to care for creation. Coordinated by the Creation Care Task Force at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
Join us on Zoom! 7-8:30pm on the Wednesdays listed below.
Wednesday July 29 – Creation Care: God’s Call to Us
This presentation was recorded. A video is available here.
Wednesday Aug 12 – Home Electrification
Guest speaker Tom Kabat, energy and electrification consultant at Peninsula Climate Comfort Project, shared about home energy options to reduce carbon emissions. A video is available here.
Wednesday Aug 26 – Zero Waste as a Way of Life
Did you know Zero Waste is one of the fastest, most cost-effective short-term actions you can do to reduce GHG emission? In her talk, Zero Waste as a Way of Life, Dr. Christina Perez demystified the process by sharing easy tips for sustainable living that even the busiest people can integrate. Catch new tips and ideas in the recorded video, which is available here.
Wednesday Sept 9 – Regenerative Gardening
Regenerative agricultural practices can be applied to the suburban environment to improve soil health and crop yield, and to help address climate change. A video is available here.
Wednesday Sept 23 – Reducing Your Carbon “Foodprint”
What is the real cost of food on the environment? Did you know that bringing food to your table accounts for as much as 25% of human carbon emissions. Learn how simple things, like reducing food waste and eating vegetarian once a week, can have a big impact on global warming.
Register at: https://tinyurl.com/CC-Foodprint
Wednesday Oct 7 – Environmental Justice
as part of LAUMC
An intergenerational, multi-racial movement promoting environmental, economic and social justice for where we all live, work, play, learn and pray.
Register at: https://tinyurl.com/CC-EnvJustice
Below are videos from three St. Tim’s members who share why they are committed to meeting regularly to discuss our place in creation and how we can be positive environmental change agents in the world.