February 2019 - Pastor Sue Lowcock Harris, co-pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, speaks out in defense of forests, a balanced ecosystem, and the next generation.
February 2019 - Great Letter to the Editor from Rabbi Rain Zohav of Interfaith Families Project and Jews for the Earth. Thou Shall Not Steal Trees from the Next Generation!
January 2019 - IPC is highlighted in Sojourner's: "Stormwater Pollution is on the Rise. These People of Faith are Trying to Change That."
December 2018 - IPC is highlighted in Religion News: "An interfaith group finds willing partners to restore a shared watershed."
April 2018 - Our very own Laura Heller, volunteer leader of Lutheran ELCA MD-DE Synod Creation Care activities, penned these blogs for the Lutheran ELCA Advocacy Blog, in honor of Earth Day 2018:
- Celebrating Earth: Protecting Trees
- Celebrating Earth: The Chesapeake Bay
- Celebrating Earth: World Oceans
- Celebrating Earth: The Waters of Baptism
- Celebrating Earth: Addressing Lead Pollutants
March 2018 - Thou Shall Not Steal Trees
Thank you Pastor Sue of First Presbyterian Church of Howard County for submitting this Letter to the Editor in Bay Weekly and for your faithful support of forests in Maryland.
November 2017 - Govans Presbyterian Church Launches Storm Water Project
November 2017 - Episcopal Canon Publishes Letter to the Editor
Thank you Rev. Canon Patrick A. Collins, Canon to the Ordinary, Episcopal Diocese of Easton for this great Letter to the Editor urging us all to do more than simply be good stewards of God's Creation. We must LEAD others, too. Read Rev. Collins' Letter to the Editor HERE.
October 2017 - Another sign of hope for the web of life! More trees being planted by congregations -- this time on the Eastern Shore. Thank you Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy and St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Centerville, MD) for joining us on this project! Read about the project HERE.
June 2017 - Living Questions: Faith-Inspired Environmentalism. Listen HERE as IPC's Executive Director Jodi Rose, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin and Emmalee June Aman discuss the role faith plays in motivating environmental activists and what religious scriptures and faith leaders say about humankind's responsibility in caring for Creation. The discussion was originally aired June 7, 2017 on WYPR 88.1FM.