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Interfaith Earthkeepers

Eugene/Springfield communities of faith committed to the care of God's creation.  


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Meetings and Events

To see other community activities, see the Lane County Community Alliance calendar www.calclane.org/weekly-calendar

11/21/19

Stop Jordan Cove Rally in Salem

11am

Salem

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11/21/19

Stop Jordan Cove Rally in Salem

Influence Gov.Brown to Stop the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline.

11am

Salem

11/23/19

Film Screening: Dammed to Extinction

7pm - 9pm

Unitarian Universalist Church, 1785 W.13th Ave, Eugene, OR

Event Details

11/23/19

Film Screening: Dammed to Extinction

Join the Many Rivers Group of the Sierra Club for a powerful movie about salmon, dams and orcas: Dammed to Extinction. The director Steve Hawley will be available for questions after the movie and Jeff Ziller of ODF&W will give an update on the upper Willamette spring Chinook and the dams blocking them from their spawning grounds.

7pm - 9pm

Unitarian Universalist Church, 1785 W.13th Ave, Eugene, OR

12/11/19

Interfaith Earthkeepers Monthly Meeting

1pm - 3pm

Unitarian Universalist Church, 1785 W.13th Ave, Eugene, OR

Event Details

12/11/19

Interfaith Earthkeepers Monthly Meeting

Join us.  Do your share to care for all the interdependent parts of creation.  All faiths welcome.

1pm - 3pm

Unitarian Universalist Church, 1785 W.13th Ave, Eugene, OR

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The Call

The health of human communities is dependent upon the health of every interlocking piece of creation:  the forests, plains and oceans and all the creatures that inhabit them.  Let us go forward to live in right relationship with the whole of creation.

About Us

How We're Helping

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Interfaith EarthKeepers are of many faiths working together to save our sacred planet.  We advocate for the powerless and our endangered planet, and demonstrate possibility in the face of antipathy.  We support a ban on fossil fuel infrastructure development and on fossil fuel exports.  We support Our Children's Trust legal effort, solar power, labelled GMOs, a carbon tax and campaign finance reform. 

Get Involved

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 Our monthly meetings are held at different churches.  

See the schedule above on this page for location and time.  


For outstanding coverage of environmental solutions, see  https://ensia.com/


For local climate action also go to: http://world.350.org/eugene/


For good scientific data, click here: https://climate.nasa.gov/

Thank You

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Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. We need your help, and it will be good for you, too.

Participating Congregations

Central Lutheran

First United Methodist

Resurrection Episcopal

Central Presbyterian

Unitarian Universalist

St. Mary's Episcopal

United Lutheran

First Congregational

First Christian

Eugene Mennonite

Temple Beth Israel

Westminster Presbyterian

Join Us

For more information or interest in joining us send an email to clubs900@gmail.com

 What would you like to help us do?  What can we help you accomplish?  This is a time for all of us to be more active in preventing climate destruction.  


Go to our Act Now! and Important News! pages by clicking on the page links above.   Check out the fantastic videos on the Video page!


Links to statements from a wide variety of faith communities are also provided.

Help Us Save Our Precious Beautiful Planet!

We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community and our world. Your contribution today helps us make a difference.

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