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Earth Guild

This wonderful group of folks sponsors Green Sunday, country hikes, urban clean-ups, recycling at church, and Earth Day activities such as speakers on energy efficiency and conservation issues. We meet monthly alternating between Sundays after church during the program year.

Brenda Lloyd, 678.938.5158
Sandy Land, 678.592.8568 (recycling)

Saturday, Nov. 5, beginning at 7 p.m.

Georgia Interfaith Power & Light and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church incite you to a Voices for the Earth concert, celebrating sustainability and stewardship, at Holy Trinity. It’s free and open to the public.

Live music includes Caroline Herring performing “Black Mountain Lullaby,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” “Paradise,” “The Garden Song,” as other favorites performed by Charles Absher, Mary Martha Clark, Caitlin Curtice, Anna Rose Gable, the Glenn Memorial UMC Chapel Choir, Meredith and Stiles Knight, and Dianna Ozio.

The address for Holy Trinity is 515 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, GA

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An Earth Guild Outing

A group of Epiphanites and friends joined geologist Dr. Pamela Gore on a beautiful autumn day for a tour of the Stone Quarry at Stone Mountain. 


Batteries & Corks

New! *Ongoing* (no deadline) battery and cork recycling at Epiphany: Please drop off your batteries and natural corks (no synthetics) in the container next to the microwave in the kitchen. [If you have a really, really large/ ? unmanageable quantity of batteries or corks and are able to email, a heads-up to our recycling czarina Sandy Land would be nice, so that we can keep our kitchen uncluttered.]

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