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Minnesota Episcopal
Environmental
Stewardship
Commission (MEESC)

Episcopal Church in Minnesota
Shield of Episcopal Church

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We meet quarterly close to the solstice and equinox.


Resolutions:

Resolution on the Spirituality of Food Production

Resolution on Church Buildings and Grounds


Resolution on Creation Season

Resolution on Green Congregations

 

 

 

 

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Environmental Articles

The Boundary Waters

The Boundary Waters are Sacred Ground

Rose Lake
Photo courtesy of the Wilderness Inquiry

The Environment and God's Creation

John Gibbs:
From Creation-Faith to Ecological Responsibility, written in May 2000, for Earthkeeping News and reprinted by Surf-in-the-Spirit

Tom Harries:

Paul Nancarrow: Eugene Wahl:
A Prayer After the Our Father, written in 1998

Roger Weaver:

  • American Widgeons, originally written 1997 for the East Range Epistle.
  • Clearing Land, originally written 1997 for the East Range Epistle.
  • Dogs, originally written in 1999 for the East Range Epistle
  • Earth Bound, seasonal theological reflections on creation, written in 1998
  • Good Friday and Trees, originally written in 1998 for the East Range Epistle
  • Michigan Sand, originally written in 1998 for the East Range Epistle
  • Rivers, originally written in 1996 for the East Range Epistle.
  • Skiing Burntside, originally written 1997 for the East Range Epistle.
  • Snow Trails, originally written 1997 for the East Range Epistle.
  • The Singing River, originally written 1996 for the East Range Epistle.
  • Winter Trails, originally written 1997 for the East Range Epistle.
Molly Wolf:
Road in the Wilderness, written 1998-04-23 as a Sabbath Blessing

Christ, Humankind, and the Environment

Eugene Wahl:
Triangle Theology originally presented 1997-04-20 at the Great Minnesota Diocesan Training Event, Breck School, Golden Valley, MN, and revised in December 1999. 
Additional Reflections on the relationship of scripture to the environment are found here

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