Considering our Treasure: A Reflection on Embracing God’s Economy Through guided learning, reflection, study, and action, individuals, Sunday School classes and Bible studies will identify responses to our everyday living that reflect God’s love for creation.
The Doctrine of Discovery: An Introductory Model for Adult Education is a three-Sunday class developed by PEC members at Church of Reconciliation in Chapel Hill, NC that uses videos and resources available on the web.
God’s Creation, Our Health: Taking Action Together on children’s health and the environment with particular focus on children in La Oroya, Peru. Click to download.
And the Leaves of the Tree Are for the Healing of the Nations. Booklet and study guide.
Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table is a seven-session curriculum (middle school and adult versions) that explores the relationship between the way we eat and the way we live. The study uses scripture, prayer and stories from the local and global community.
Just Living helps individuals, couples and families practice faith in all aspects of daily life. The “little” decisions about what we buy, how we get places and ways we celebrate and live all add up and impact people and the planet. Download the Green Living guide and guides for seasons and celebrations, and water.
FossilFree PCUSA offers a 4-session and a condensed single session curriculum to help congregations understand the reasoning behind the strategy of fossil fuel divestment. It covers four topic areas: the Biblical and theological foundations for earth care, climate change basics and impacts, what we can do as individuals and congregations, and what our denomination should do going forward.