An opportunity for which the church was born

[Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts] An ecumenical statement from Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and Massachusetts Conference, United Church of Christ, responding to the President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. An opportunity for which the church was born June 2, 2017 President Trump’s decision to abandon the Paris Climate Accord violates the […]

California bishop responds to Trump’s decision to pull US out of climate agreement

[Episcopal News Service] California Bishop Marc Andrus issued the following statement June 2 in response to President Donald Trump’s June 1 announcement that he would pull the United States out of the Paris Agreement. Nations worldwide signed the 2015 agreement, which includes a plan to decrease carbon emissions and limit global warming to below 2 degrees […]

Europe bishop issues statement on Trump’s climate pact decision

[Episcopal News Service] The Rt. Rev. Pierre Whalon, bishop in charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, issued the following statement June 2 in response to President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the the Paris Agreement, a 2015 pledge to limit climate change signed by 196 nations. Dear people of […]

EPPN: Advocate for environmental appropriations

[Episcopal Public Policy Network policy alert] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has released this statement regarding President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement. Though the withdrawal from this agreement is a setback, advocacy on environmental issues can still have a big impact. Continue to make your voice heard on climate issues, and learn […]

Presiding Bishop responds to Trump’s decision to pull U.S. out of worldwide climate accord

[Episcopal News Service] President Donald Trump announced June 1 that he would pull the United States out of the Paris Agreement, a 2015 pledge to limit climate change signed by 196 nations. The agreement includes a plan to decrease carbon emissions and limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius, and a commitment from wealthier nations to […]

California diocese hosts eco-justice conversation

Presiding Bishop preaches, attends fourth EcoConfirmation

[Episcopal News Service – San Francisco, California] “The work of saving God’s creation is nothing less than the work of God.” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry spoke these words during a May 19 sermon framing creation care in terms of the Jesus Movement here at Grace Cathedral. “This is God’s world,” he said, encouraging those present […]

Diócesis de California auspicia una conversación de ecojusticia

El Obispo Primado asiste a la cuarta ecoconfirmación y predica en ella

[Episcopal News Service – San Francisco, California] “La obra de salvar la creación de Dios no es nada menos que la obra de Dios”. El obispo primado Michael Curry pronunció estas palabras durante un sermón el 19 de mayo aquí en la catedral de La Gracia [Grace Cathedral] en que enmarcaba el cuidado de la creación en […]

Episcopalians advocate for protecting God’s creation at Peoples Climate March and beyond

[Episcopal News Service] Episcopalians from across the United States joined tens of thousands of people on April 29 for the Peoples Climate March in Washington, D.C., and for hundreds of sister marches in cities around the world. Braving sweltering heat in the nation’s capital, marchers rallied for action against climate change amid fear that the White […]

Episcopales abogan por proteger la creación en la Marcha del Clima y más allá

[Episcopal News Service] Episcopales de todos los Estados Unidos se unieron a decenas de miles de personas el 29 de abril en la Marcha Popular del Clima en Washington, D.C. y en centenares de marchas hermanas alrededor del mundo. Enfrentándose a un calor agobiante en la capital de la nación, los manifestantes reclamaron acciones para frenar el cambio […]

Des épiscopaliens se mobilisent pour la protection de la création de Dieu, lors de la Marche populaire pour le climat et pas seulement

[Episcopal News Service] Des épiscopaliens venus de tous les États-Unis ont rejoint des milliers de personnes le 29 avril pour la Marche populaire pour le climat de Washington et des centaines d’autres marches similaires de par le monde. Bravant la chaleur étouffante qui sévissait dans la capitale, les manifestants se sont rassemblés pour agir contre le changement climatique, […]