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It’s easy to feel defeated and hopeless when we see what’s going on around the world. War, mass shootings, hate crimes, and the realization that global warming is right here, right now — those...

Faith and Climate: Faith-based climate action

The Martha’s Vineyard Interfaith Climate Action Team is formed of volunteers from several different faith communities. If yours is not represented, please join us — our contact information is mvicat2040@gmail.com. We’ve been meeting regularly to...

Back to the earth

When we visited our friend Bobby a few days before her death, she strongly expressed a final wish — she wanted a green burial. Bobby was a science teacher all her working life, and...

Faith and Climate Change: What is your view?

By Mardi Moran Mardi Moran is a member of both Grace Episcopal Church and the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center. She is part of the Interfaith Climate Action Team's writers committee, and in this column she...

Faith and Climate Change: Pastors weigh in

By the Rev. Chip Seadale and the Rev. Hyuk Seonwoo This column is an edited transcript of a Feb. 28, 2022 conversation on “Faith and Climate Change” between the Rev. Chip Seadale, rector of St....