Creation Care: Tilling and Keeping Blog

The Planet is Burning

By the Rev. Dr. John Leech The planet is burning. I have that on good authority. The secretary general of the United Nations said so, in his annual state of the planet address. And his report was based on the best available science. The intergovernmental panel on climate change has been providing the science to …

Let’s Celebrate Earth Day!

By The Rev. Canon Pam Hyde, Canon for Creation Care Earth Day is just over a week away, on Thursday, April 22nd! Faith communities of all types are embracing this 51-year-old celebration of our beautiful but fragile island home, and here in our diocese we are featuring a special bilingual Earth Day Morning Prayer service …

Answering Your Creation Care Questions

By the Rev. Canon Pam Hyde, Canon for Creation Care As Episcopalians, we have some standard ministries that we are familiar with.  Ministries such as children and youth ministry, or Altar Guild.  Perhaps music ministry, outreach or pastoral care ministry.  But creation care may be a ministry you’re unfamiliar with.  Now that the diocese has …

A Sermon for the Last Sunday after the Epiphany (Transfiguration) by the Rev. Canon Pam Hyde

February 14, 2021 | St. Andrew’s, Sedona “In the Yosemite Valley in California there’s a small waterfall called Horsetail Fall that flows over the edge of El Capitan. It flows only in the winter, and only if the conditions are right.” Watch the full sermon on Facebook (sermon begins at 20:50).