Get the Dirt on Dirt
Sunday, July 31 at 9:45 a.m.
The Creation Care Team has organized a nature education series for kids during the summer, on one Sunday per month during June, July, and August. All kids (and any parents who may want to tag along) are invited to Get the Dirt on Dirt during the Sunday School hour on Sunday, July 31, taught by Lisa Brenskelle and Elmer Ledesma. With video, soil samples and more, kids will learn about the importance of soil & the creatures that live in it. Kids should meet in the library on the second floor at 9:45 a.m. to join the class.
Sunday Evening Conversations on Creation
July 31, 6:00 p.m.
Reducing Toxins in the Home
The Creation Care Team invites you to a series of web meetings to talk about creation. On Sunday, July 31 at 6:00 p.m., the third in a series on practical environmental stewardship, will be presented by Hermann Sanders, a public information officer and communications liaison for Harris County. He will offer a pre-recorded talk on Reducing Toxins in the Home. Hermann supports the needs of the Communications and Public Involvement Program of the Public Infrastructure Department. Hermann will also provide extensive FAQs for any questions that may arise during the pre-recorded talk. If you would like to join this conversation, contact Lisa Brenskelle at to receive an invitation to the talk.
Other upcoming topics include:
Sunday, August 28 at 6:00 p.m., Daniel Millikan of Edible Earth Resources on Reducing Toxins in the Yard/Garden
Sunday, September 25 at 6:00 p.m., Lisa Brenskelle of Lutherans Restoring Creation on Reducing Waste in the Home
Microbes in God’s World
The Creation Care Team has organized a nature education series for kids during the summer on one Sunday per month. We welcome all kids (and any parents who want to tag along) to Microbes in God’s World on Sunday, August 21 during the Sunday School hour, taught by Terri Koehler. Attendees should meet in the library on the second floor at 9:45 a.m. to join the class.
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses – They are EVERYWHERE. Everyone gets colds and other infections, but did you know that most microorganisms are harmless? If fact, many of them actually help us stay healthy and enrich our environment. Come and learn about the “Good Guys” of Microbiology.