What to do with your live Christmas tree and wreaths after the holidays?
Why take a moment to focus on Styrofoam a week before we celebrate Christmas?
Almost half the paper consumed in the United States every year is for wrapping items and decorating in the holiday season.
As we move into the holiday season, this is a great time to think about our personal impact on the environment.
Sponsored by the Creation Care Ministry I enjoy my walks with my dog, Sammy Su, and as we circle the block we encounter many creatures. Here are a sampling of the butterflies we see: This butterfly bush is the most active plant in my landscape, attracting bees, butterflies and snap dragons. During the upcoming Monarch […]
In August 2020, Dr. Derek Davis, retired Director of the J. M. Dawson Institute for Church-State Studies and current moderator of TPC’s Progressive Sunday School class, presented a special four-week series on Facebook Live called, “A Thoughtful Look at the Role of Religion in American Politics.” To view the archived videos from each week, click […]
Making your own custom lotions at home can be fun. It’s no more difficult than cooking up a good meal.
This week on Coffee with a Pastor, Rev. Dr. Phyllis Tippit speaks with members and friends of Trinity about the social upheaval going on all around us.
A great way to bring nature to you is to feed the birds! Kids love to watch which new birds come to the feeder every day. Here are some quick tips on how to set up your own bird paradise in your backyard/yard area.
If you’re looking for some fun outdoor activities for kiddos young and not-so-young, Creation Care is sending along a handful of ideas this week. Our first fun adventure is the miraculous dragonfly!