The Creation Care Alliance of WNC is an interfaith network of clergy, lay leaders, and people of faith who have united around a moral and spiritual call to preserve the integrity, beauty, and health of God’s creation, bringing practical and hopeful solutions to congregations by engaging hearts and minds through education, service, and advocacy.
10.12.2020 - How Will Climate Change Affect the Blue Ridge Mountains? A conversation with Josh Kelly of MountainTrue
10.26.2020 - Clean Water in Western North Carolina with Eric Romaniszyn of the Haywood Waterways Association
11.9.2020 - Youth Conservation Corps with Jim Geenen
11.23.2020 - Composting Vol.1 with Sara Martin
12.7.2020 - Composting Vol. 2 with Sara Martin
12.15.2020 - Composting Q & A with Sara Martin
As a congregational partner of the Alliance, FUMC Waynesville agrees to the following:
As United Methodists we acknowledge and support the following:
We rejoice in the abundance of God’s gifts entrusted to us that all may have enough, and in all responsible use of the earth’s resources.
The Global Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church advocates for the United States to adopt mandatory global warming emissions reductions and re-engage in the global dialogue and international framework for combating this clear and present danger.
Local CCM activities