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The earth belongs to God! Everything in all the world is his! Psalm 24:1 Living Bible (TLB)


Adopt A Week in the Mosaic Garden

Our winter garden is growing beautifully and we are looking for volunteers to adopt the garden for a week to water, weed, and check for pests. Groups and Sunday School classes are encouraged to help us grow since all the veggies are donated to Manna on Meridian food bank! Sign up here:


T-shirts Bag Making Classes

Saint Paul’s Creation Care has teamed up with Sustainable Tallahassee to reduce plastic bag use and spread awareness about sustainable living by making t-shirt bags to hold the produce given out at Manna on Meridian. We need old t-shirts and bag-makers so we can reach our goal of 100 a month. We’d love to come to your Sunday School class or small group and teach you how to make them. We are also accepting donations of clean t-shirts, and better yet, if you watch the how-to video on our Facebook page and become a bag-maker, you can help us reach our goal. The collection bin is the hallway outside Sanders Hall.

December Eco-Tip:

Tis the season... to consume? Americans eat more, drive more, spend more, and throw away more trash at the holidays than any other time of year, but it is possible to have a wonderful holiday season and still be earth-friendly. Bring the outdoors in by decorating with natural elements like magnolia leaves, holly berries, and pinecones. Consumable gifts like food baskets, soaps, oils, and fair trade coffee are good choices. A houseplant or small tree that can be planted outside will keep giving for years to come. After the holidays, sort your used gift wrap and bows and keep what can be reused next year, and then recycle the paper wrapping paper and plastic packaging. If you use a real Christmas tree, recycling it is as easy as putting it on the curb for the City of Tallahassee to pick up. Have a wonderful, earth-friendly holiday!


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