Introducing the New Earth Crisis Support Groups

Dr. John Cobb and Rev. Bonnie Tarwater will introduce the new Earth Crisis Support Groups during the local Building Neighborhood Climate Resilience event hosted by Church for Our Common Home“There are all sorts of small groups that help people to deal with particular problems. But we know of none that help people to deal with the threat to human survival.”

Imagine people of all faiths in Oregon and around the Earth, Caring for Our Common Home

The Ecumenical Ministers of Oregon (EMO) and the Oregon Interfaith Power and Light present the 10th Annual Earth Summit a statewide Oregon program Care for Our Common Home with the vision of building relationships with neighbors, faith communities, emergency workers and environmentalists, around issues of Earth Justice. This local, state wide and EARTH honoring event will be February 5th during the full moon, Sunday, 1:30 pm 5:30 PST as a hybrid Zoom and local event.

Church for Our Common Home an untraditional ministry dedicated to the Earth, exploring biodynamic farming on five acres ,15435 Strong Road, Dallas, Oregon 97338, the John Cobb Eco Farm will be the host faith community in Dallas, Oregon, just outside the state capitol, Salem. In Dallas, we will gather in the barn as we join with the chickens, goats, cats, bunnies, ducks and human creatures as well as other faith communities in Oregon on Zoom. Everyone in Dallas and surrounding communities are invited to come. Luncheon provided by local restaurants and donations are requested. Local fiddler Truman Price will give the gift of music.

Earth Crisis Support Groups” Dr. Cobb on Zoom and Rev. Bonnie Tarwater in Dallas will share about their new program. “There are all sorts of small groups that help people to deal with particular problems. But we know of none that help people to deal with the threat to human survival.” worship Zoom link ID 849 8869 2997 for program with Dr. Cobb. Bishop Grant Hagiya the current interim President of Claremont School of Theology, with a satellite campus in Salem, will offer a welcome and blessing as well as local Dallas Native American Elder, Steve Vincent.

Registration is required for a Zoom link for EMO program, $10 for students, $20 before January 25, $ 25 after. Scholarships are available.

The Living Earth Movement inspires global cooperation for the sake of all life on our planet, beginning with the United States and China. We also seek to promote a new human civilization that lives in harmony with the rest of the ecosphere.

We are continuing to develop and share programs to help encourage cooperation between the U.S. and China and Ecological Civilization. For example, this is the first week in our 11 month history when we are providing three timely and relevant events featured in this newsletter. Please contact us if you have any interest in helping create and or participate in our events. Thank you for your participation and support!

Charles Betterton, Executive Director, Living Earth Movement
Charles Betterton, MSCED

Executive Director

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