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ED Newsletter - December 2023

Dear friend…

Thank you for being a part of Faith & the Common Good’s network in 2023. I extend my deepest appreciation to our staff, volunteers, partners, funders, board members and more – who continue to believe in the work we are doing. Your commitment allows us to support our interfaith partners in building sustainable communities across Canada.

As an interfaith network, it’s important to provide tools and resources...

  • Our Lady Of Lourdes - Creating our New Garden of Native Plants

    by Catherine Smee and Jo-An Davies

    Several years ago, the Gardening Ministry at Our Lady of Lourdes persuaded the rectory to remove a grassy extent and create a garden. At first, it was a “no” but in 2022, we were allowed to design it and we adopted the idea of a Canadian Native garden. We began in 2022. In 2023 we received a grant through Donna Lang via TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, and we added native plants.

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    Coming Together to Combat Climate Change: The Unified Mission of Deer Park United and Calvin Presbyterian

    Ecumenical ministries are collaborative initiatives that aim to foster greater unity and cooperation among different Christian denominations. Bringing together church communities, ecumenical ministries helps combine resources, knowledge, and efforts to address common challenges  — promoting a sense of solidarity and shared purpose among Christian believers. 

    By uniting their efforts, these ecumenical partnerships hold the potential to be formidable allies in the ongoing battle against climate change — raising awareness, advocating for sustainable policies, and inspiring eco-friendly practices within their congregations.

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    Sustaining Our Heritage: How Historic Buildings Can Support The Energy Transition

    In the year 2050, all human activities need to be carbon neutral – meaning that we capture as much carbon as we burn. To accomplish this, we will need to reduce our usage and dependency on energy generated by fossil fuel sources within the built environment. 

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