During the month of July, we’re loving our place by reducing plastic waste.
Explore the new and improved Plastics Course and attend two online events to deepen your understanding of the science and theology of the plastic problem and how we can respond.
"Waste at Church: Garbage Theology and Why It Matters" on July 19th at 11am PDT/2pm EDT
A conversation with Caleb Cray Haynes, author of Garbage Theology and paster of Kaleo church of the Nazarene in Nashville, Tennessee, about how congregations can care for God’s creation and build human connections by reducing waste.
Microplastics in our Bodies (and Everywhere else) on July 26th at 11 am PDT/2pm EDT
Recent research confirms the presence of microplastics in the human bloodstream and in lung tissue. How significant are these scientific findings? As Christians, how could we respond? A panel discussion with Dr. Mark McReynolds (scientist/pastor), Liuan Huska (journalist and author of Hurting Yet Whole), and Michelle Feenstra (biology graduate student), about the implications of microplastics in the human body and the wider world. There will be time for Q&A.
What you'll get:
- Access to the revised Plastics Course and Community for 90 days
- Admission to "Waste at Church: Garbage Theology and Why It Matters" on July 19th at 11am PDT/2pm EDT
- Admission to "Microplastics in our Bodies (and Everywhere else)" on July 26th at 11am PDT/2pm EDT
- Recordings of the events in case you can't make it in person