Trinity Environmental Stewardship Team (TEST)

Trinity Environmental Stewardship Team (TEST) does not aim to be “the environmental stewards” of Trinity Parish, but rather aims to provide information, examples, and opportunities to support the conviction that God calls everyone to be good stewards of the earth. We love to demonstrate that caring for God’s creation is a joy – and often downright fun!

 

Climate Change Presentation, Feb. 6 - On Monday, February 6, please join Trinity’s Environmental Stewardship Team (TEST) for a presentation, “Update on Climate Change,” by Dr. Chris King, 7-9 p.m., at Village Presbyterian Church (6641 Mission Rd., Prairie Village). The United States military is acutely aware of the challenges that human-caused global climate change poses to national security and international stability. Dr. Chris...

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Save These Dates - By Ellyn Owen In happens every year. One day we are enjoying summer and the next thing we know, it is September and our calendar is marked up with events and things to do that find their way to us first. To give the following important dates their due consideration early enough to be first...

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A Fun Activity and a Meditation - Summer is on the way out, and kids are back in school. The weather, however, still calls for ice cream. So, here is a fun way to make some homemade ice cream and keep the kids busy at the same time. Adult supervision is required. The title of the recipe tells all – it is...

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Extolling God’s Glory - By Ellyn Owen Every month, the Episcopal Ecological Network publishes an online Creation Care Newsletter that is edited by Dr. Kent Shifferd. July’s newsletter contained a Jewish prayer called “The B’rakhat of Gratitude: Extolling God’s Glory.” I think the prayer is meant to have a main reader with the congregation answering with the refrain. I...

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A Poem for Your Meditation Time - Trinity Environmental Stewardship Team (TEST) may lead the charge in environmental actions at Trinity, but our goal is to engage everyone in our parish family in the process of growing into becoming good Earth stewards. We truly believe that it is a civic, moral, and religious duty of everyone to do all they can to...

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