Unitarian Society Commits to Nature Conservancy
The Unitarian Society of Germantown holds its worship in a tall, elegant cathedral set in a leafy suburb of northwest Philadelphia- but, unlike other religious organizations where ecological responsibility has been slow to make a real impact, this congregation has committed to making a real difference. “We don’t have a creed, but we do follow the 7 principals and respect for nature is found in the last principal,” said a spokesperson for the Unitarian society. “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
You can read more about the positive ecological outreach being done by the unitarians in the following article, which was originally published on our sister site, Eden Keeper. Enjoy!
By Gina Merlino Religious groups voicing their stances on social issues is nothing new. But it is not often that we hear about their environmental work and opinions. Ecological responsibility has been slow to make a real impact on places of worship…