The Earth & Spirit Center offers various spiritual formation and education programs to help educate, motivate and inspire people of faith to assume an active role in caring for God’s creation, embracing Gospel justice and nurturing spiritual wisdom.
Adult Education Discussion Course
Christian Simplicity: A Gospel Value is a seven-week discussion course designed as an adult education program within a church.
Environmental Justice Tours
Tours can be arranged for church groups to have a firsthand experience of the environmental issues facing our local community.
Lent 4.5 is a seven-week faith formation program which inspires and informs Christian communities on how to use the traditional Lenten disciplines of prayer, fasting and almsgiving to protect God’s creation, embrace Gospel justice and nurture spiritual fulfillment. It offers practical opportunities for people of faith to apply the values of Christian Simplicity to their everyday lives. Go to www.lent45.org for more information.
Creation Care Programs
Caring for God’s Creation are spiritual formation and education programs conducted at a church. They are designed to help educate, motivate and inspire people of faith to assume an active role in caring for God’s creation, embracing Gospel justice and nurturing spiritual wisdom. The Earth & Spirit Center offers these programs for churches in various formats.
Speakers and Workshops
The Earth & Spirit Center offers a variety of lectures and workshops for churches, church groups, schools, and religious organizations.
Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light
Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light (KIPL) is located at the Earth & Spirit Center. Programs such as Green Sheep are designed to support people of faith that are advocating for creation care within congregations across the commonwealth of Kentucky. For more information go to www.kentuckyipl.org.
Protecting God’s creation amidst environmental distress is emerging as a critical issue of concern for the church and its members.