Get a Low Carbon Thanksgiving Guide
Get your guide here for a low carbon footprint Thanksgiving by clicking here! When we give thanks for the bounty of our harvest, and we must also think of caring for the earth that produced it for us. This guide talks about three ways we can celebrate while lowering our carbon footprint. Think clean, and seasonal as you look toward your own celebrations.
Fall Native Perennial Plant Sale Saturday - Oct. 20th 8 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
Phone: (615) 799-1910
7190 Hill Hughes Rd
Fairview, Tennessee 37062
Gro Wild, a wholesale nursery, hosts two plant sales a year for the general public. They are also a wealth of information about native plants and how to succeed as your grow a more native habitat for our pollinator friends, and other animals in our environment.
Love Jesus? Action required....
Personal work - We work to educate ourselves, and to change our behavior, and to influence others to be more respectful of creation. You can begin your journey with us here.
As a congregation -Together we work to encourage recycling efforts at church as well as in our homes. We have worked to encourage the use of non-toxic environmentally friendly cleaning supplies, and the use of Led light bulbs when possible as well as using lights that turn on and off by motion detector.
Post Your Compost Challenge
Let's cut the scrap and get involved! Click here and help TDEC eliminate food waste from landfills. Join the challenge and win prizes as you educate yourselves and others to the value of composting. Learn how easy it is to compost in your own backyard! AND no it doesn't stink!!
Putting food scraps into landfills results in oads of greenhouse gas (methane) Help put an end to this!
"Caring for Creation should be a natural response to loving Jesus. I am in awe over the intricacies and systems created that support life. To love my neighbor as myself, I must care and act so my neighbors can have clean water, air and healthy food. I care because God cares for what He’s created."
Blessed Earth Tennessee.
Following the UMC Bishop's letter on creation, several members of West End UMC with the blessing of the ministry table formed the "Green team." The goal of the team is primarily to educate and encourage our congregation to care for creation and to find and implement ways our building can have a smaller carbon footprint.