- Church Grounds
Through the ages, people of many faiths have come to understand that nature offers its own wisdom, guidance, and inspiration - if we take the time to notice and explore it. Time spent outdoors encourages compassion for both humans and non-humans alike. It affirms our interdependence and interconnectedness with all living things and restores our place in the great ecological web in which we live.
Understanding the deep-seated connections with the interconnected web of life, we recognize the human impacts on the web and the precarious state of our fellow creatures. Join us as we search together for signs of hope and resilience in the stillness and beauty of Mother Nature, in order to garner strength and courage to change behavior and engage in stewardship of the Earth!
Join us after the 11 am worship service near the main entrance of Cedar Lane through April 2020. Open to all.