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A multi-faith environmental network


The Creation Care Coalition of Centre County will integrate, motivate, and empower faith groups: to raise awareness about climate change in their communities, to reduce regional contributions to climate change, and to raise an ethical voice in local, regional, state, national, and global discusions about climate change and environmental policies. 

     Our growing coalition includes around fifteen congregations in the State College area. We meet regularly to coordinate activities, to hear presentations from local and regional groups and individuals working in this field, and to share ideas about organizing and making effective the committees in our own congregations that focus on climate change and the environment.  We invite all interested religious communities to join us in this important work. 

     To learn more about our group or to have your religious community join the coalition, please write to Sylvia Neely at SNeely@psu.edu.




Meetings and Coming Events


Garden Starters provides free workshops to help people who are beginning gardeners.  The next workshop is on

Saturday, August 14 from 10 am to noon

at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center.

Click here for more information.


Tip of the Week

Click here for more information and for archives of previous tips.


July 18, 2010

Women in their 30s and 40s who increased brisk walking or bicycling by 30 minutes a day maintained their weight or actually lost a few pounds.  Bicycling is good for your health, your waistline, and the environment.   For short trip, hop on a bike instead of driving.

Help your congregation care for all creation


Support the PA-IPL postcard campaign for climate change legislation

Help Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light collect at least 250 postcards to U.S. senators by Aug. 2, 2010.  Download our resources for holding a quick postcard signing campaign at your place of worship, including postcards, bulletin inserts, a flier and display pieces.


Planning for Pennsylvania IPL                                               

     The new Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light (PA-IPL), headquartered right here in Centre County, is up and running and growing fast. Click the link to view it's progress. And be sure to visit the PA-IPL website.


News From Our Member Congregations


  • Appalachian Zen House starts program on gardening

  • Grace Lutheran organizes a "Green Team"

  • UBBC holds alternative fair

  • St. Andrew's issues 10% in 2010 Challenge (see below) 


10% in 2010 Challenge

Reduce your carbon footprint by 10% in 2010.  Click on the heading to learn more about this and to print off a Carbon Calculator.


Religious education resource on climate change

Good Shepherd Catholic Church shares its materials and resources for "Love Creation as Yourself," an education program on climate change that it developed for an intergenerational audience in February of 2009.


Coming Events


Online Resources


Agendas and Minutes of Previous Meetings


Recommended Reading





     Energy legislation is now pending before Congress. Please consider writing your own letter to your Senator urging passage of a strong energy bill.  An easy way to do so is to click on the action center for Interfaith Power and Light (http://interfaithpowerandlight.org/).  Or you may write your own letter directly.



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