Only 3% of all the Earth’s water is fresh. That’s not a lot. Especially considering that fresh water is essential to all forms of life! Starting in the fall, the Green Sanctuary Ministry Team’s new theme will be: “Fresh Water – Rivers, Ponds & Wetlands.”Around the globe, fresh water is threatened by overdevelopment, polluted runoff and climate change. As the World Wildlife Fund website notes, “Despite their importance to life … freshwater habitats are disappearing at an alarming rate.” We’ll learn about the threats as well as what action we can take both as individuals and as a church. And although we’ll be thinking globally, we will be looking at our own back yard as well. The North Shore is primarily valued for its proximity to the ocean – that great salty sea – but it also has fresh water treasures including rivers (like the Forest and Ipswich Rivers), and ponds (like Breeds and Walden Ponds in Lynn) – we even have our own pond and wetland right on the church property! So, get ready to join us as we explore and celebrate fresh water bodies and their habitats!
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