Since fall 2021, the Green Team has been meeting on the third Monday of the month at Community Hour to talk about ways we can take care of creation at seminary and reduce our carbon footprint. All Southwest students, faculty, staff, and SPOTS are welcome to attend meetings of the Green Team. Check back here in August 2023 for the date of the next meeting scheduled for fall 2023. Questions? Please contact Dr. Tony Baker.
You are invited to watch this five minute introductory video message about Green Initiatives at Seminary of the Southwest from Dr. Tony Baker, Clinton S. Quin Professor of Systematic Theology, and Liam Barr, MDiv Middler.
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Dr. Tony Baker and Liam Barr, MDiv '24, speak to the group gathered about green initiatives on campus.
As The Episcopal Church Creation Care Office plans its programming for the next year, it invites all Episcopalians to participate in a 5-minute confidential survey from ecoAmerica. The survey seeks to better understand church members’ attitudes toward and awareness of climate issues and our corresponding role as people of faith.
All are invited to join this churchwide festival of worship, learning, community, and action July 9-12 at the Baltimore (Maryland) Convention Center. "It's All About Love" features dozens of workshops, panel discussions, meet-ups, and more, organized around the ministries of evangelism, racial justice, and creation care. Find links for individual registration here and group registration here—and learn about the revival preachers and presenters.
In spring 2020, Southwest devoted Sowing Holy Questions to issues of stewardship, with most authors giving special attention to the role of humans–and the calling of Christians–as stewards or trustees of the non-human creation around us.