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Environmental Stewardship Commission
(MEESC)

Episcopal Church in Minnesota

 
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Upcoming Activities:

Next Meeting:

We meet quarterly close to the solstice and equinox.


Special Projects:

Creation Season Materials


Resolutions:

Resolution on the Spirituality of Food Production

Resolution on Church Buildings and Grounds


Resolution on Creation Season

Resolution on Green Congregations

 

Environmental Reflections 
Readings not in a Lectionary Year

In 1996, starting with Lectionary Year B, the MEESC launched a multi-year project to complete reflections and comments on the earth-centered aspects of the Standard (Episcopal) Lectionary readings. Major work on filling the gaps in this page is undertaken each time we are in a Lectionary Year.

With the introduction of the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) for regular use, some readings are no longer part of the regular use readings. In many cases we have an environmental reflection on that reading which we wish to make available to those seeking such. Also, sometimes contributors have been moved by what they have read (in a service, as part of a Bible study, etc.), that they have written a reflection. Both of these instances are captured here.

If you would like to contribute, please see the directions at the end of this page.

 


Isaiah


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We are looking for your input!

To provide your comments and thoughts to a reading, please send an e-mail to any member of the MEESC or our Webverger or send a letter to:

MEESC
c/o C. Morello
4451 Lakeside Drive
Eveleth, MN 55743-4400 USA

The MEESC assumes that all correspondence received is for publication on this web site. If your comments are not for publication, please so note on your correspondence. The MEESC reserves the right to decide which items are included on the web site.

   

This page last updated 2011-05-19.

 

 
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