International Day of Creation Care
September 1

September 1 is International Day of Creation Care, when people of faith pray and care for creation, together.
September 1 was proclaimed as the World Day of Prayer for Creation by the Orthodox Church in 1989, and many others have joined since then, with Pope Francis most recently in 2015. It was then extended to a month-long Season of Creation, ending on October 4 (Feast of St. Francis). Please remember the planet in your prayers and meditations on September 1 and every day.
Solar Panels to be Installed
Tuesday, September 6
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Evergreen & Mississippi, Little Rock
Ark. Interfaith Power & Light, Arkansas Renewable Energy Association, Stellar Sun, and St. Mark’s Episcopal Church will install 10 solar panels on the roof of the Youth Building at the corner of Evergreen and Mississippi.
All are welcome to join us to view the “groundbreaking” of the first solar array at a house of worship in Little Rock, starting at 7 a.m.
Community Garden Work Days
September 1, 3, 17
Promise Garden, 12th & Peyton, Little Rock
7 a.m. to 12 noon
All are welcome to join the garden fun!
Healthy snacks will be provided.
Bring work gloves, garden tools if you have them, sturdy shoes, and a re-fillable water bottle.
Come when you can and stay as long as you like.
Presentation of DIRT Documentary
September 20, 7:30 p.m.
Ecumenical Buddhist Center
Ark. IPL will present the documentary “DIRT” at the Ecumenical Buddhist Center, 1516 W. 3rd St. across from the State Capitol in Little Rock on Tuesday, September 20, at 7:30 p.m.
All are all welcome to join us for an excellent movie about the thin, fragile layer of skin that surrounds/protects the earth and its importance to the planet’s survival. Healthy snacks will be provided.

Watch the 2-minute trailer here: