Links from June 20th Session
In our first adult forum on June 20 we covered a lot of territory, from thinking about discipleship within our watershed, to the many resources of our denomination and local area. Here are a few links to check out.
Finding your watershed. https://mywaterway.epa.gov/
Video: Meet TryTank Experimental Lab and their theological explainer videos. Here’s one on why creation should matter to Christians. https://youtu.be/YM9_QeCkSzo
The Episcopal Church initiatives – https://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministries/creation-care/
Coastal's Watershed Academy and Volunteer Water Monitoring program. https://www.coastal.edu/wwa/vm/programs/waccamawriver/
Video: Water Monitoring https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ftNCbXh-KA
Here are the links from our session on June 27th
In this session we talked about ways of thinking and approaching a theology of creation care. We talked especially about creation care that also cares for our neighbor, particular our neighbors who are especially close to the land.
The Waccamaw: Meet Harold Hatcher: https://youtu.be/NaJ8Z9WacL0
Video: Coastal's Exhibit at the Horry County Museum https://youtu.be/xTNjCL6wCTI
Issues: Federal recognition: Post and Courier article
News story about Sandy Island https://www.wmbfnews.com/story/32019264/secluded-sandy-island-deeply-rooted-in-gullah-geechee-culture/