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E-M:/ the Michigan Interfaith Coalition for Creation

Enviro-Mich message from KWinch5940@aol.com

The Michigan Interfaith Coalition for Creation is pleased to announce that it 
will soon be opening an office in Freeland, near Saginaw.  The organization 
operates as a statewide, religious non-profit, dedicated to promoting a 
faith-based response to environmental concerns.

The mission of MICC is the calling of the religious community to embrace the 
care of Creation as an integral part of faith and practice.  In serving that 
purpose, we provide information and resources on caring for the Earth from 
the perspectives of the Christian, Jewish, and Muslim faiths.  We provide 
speakers and information on events, and we work to foster networking between 
individuals, groups, and organizations similarly concerned about the 

MICC is also the organizational home for the Michigan Interfaith Global 
Warming Campaign, as one of 18 states nationwide engaged on this crucial 
issue.  Through this effort we provide faith-based educational resources on 
climate change, including a bible study, worship bulletin inserts, energy 
efficiency information, and email alerts and news.

Ways to participate:
- add your name to our postal mailing list for news of events, etc.
- add your name to our global warming alerts email list
- take part in legislator meetings on land use and other issues
- network with us through your organization or faith group to share 
  information and news of events
- sign up for our speakers bureau

We also currently have available a (Christian) free worship / liturgical 
resource to be used in conjunction with Earth Day or a "Creation Care" Sunday.

Contact person :
Kim Winchell, Director           kwinch5940@aol.com
398 S. Main St. #4
Freeland, MI  48623

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