Directory of Resources for Your Presbytery Earth Care Team
updated May 27, 2020
The resources listed in this section follow the goals in the Guide, How to Start and Sustain a Presbytery Earth Care Team. Additional resources are also listed for Earth Care Congregations, Advocacy, Earth Care Spiritual Resources, Earth Care Guides for Action and Earth Care Supported by Science
Goal 1. Form a Presbytery Earth Care Team
Goal 2. Meet as a Presbytery Earth Care Team
Goal 3. Schedule Activities and Events
Schedule an All-day Communications Workshop with Presbyterian Mission Agency (Free if scheduled by presbytery and attended by 20 people)
Conversation Guide for Living the Change from GreenFaith Scroll down to Download their Conversation Guide and enter your name and email for the download.
Goal 4. Evaluate your efforts
Goal 5. Publicize your accomplishments
Additional Resources for Educational Events and Activities
Earth Care Congregations
Earth Care Advocacy
PCUSA Office of Public Witness is the public policy information and advocacy office of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Its task is to advocate, and help the church to advocate, the social witness perspectives and policies of the Presbyterian General Assembly.
PRESBYTERIAN POLICIES AND STATEMENTS 1951-2018
Policies and statements are listed in chronological order. Click on the link above.
GA ROCKS! A 4- minute video in the style of “Schoolhouse Rock” about how policy gets passed in the PC(USA)
Get your Presbytery to Divest (Toolkit) Compiled by Fossil Free PCUSA, this toolkit contains resources covering How to Ask Your Presbytery to Divest, Fossil Free Options and Frequently Asked Questions.
2020 Climate Change Sabbath Toolkit sponsored by the Nebraska United Church of Christ Board
Earth Care Spiritual Resources
Tread Lightly for Lent 2020 Calendar from Presbyterian Hunger Program
Earth Care Supported by Science
This PECT Toolkit is a working document. If you have comments, questions, or resources to share please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org