Summer Sunday School: “And It Was Good”

Published on May 29th, 2018 by Gayle | 0
Summer Sunday School: “And It Was Good”

Summer Sunday School will explore the creation God calls us to care for.  Learn about the environment of the island and how we as a congregation can care for it.  Join us in Jim Thomas Hall starting June 3rd.

“…And It Was Good”

Summer Speaker Series

Sundays in Jim Thomas Hall at 9:50 a.m.

Explore ways to appreciate and cherish our island habitat as we learn about butterfly gardens, bees, sea turtles, Egan’s Creek, our historic trees and more.

Speakers from both the congregation and the community will present.  There will also be activities for families to do
together at home.

The Resource “Earth Prayers” by Elizabeth Roberts is available for purchase in Jim Thomas Hall using the giving kiosk.

 

Schedule:

 

June 3:  Being an Earth Care Congregation;  Jane Collins

June 10:  Butterflies and Butterfly Gardens; Ginny Grupe

June 17:  Egan’s Creek;  Kathy Russell

June 24:  Growing Trees; Vernon Hiott

July 1:  Amelia Island Turtle Watch; Mary Duffy

July 8:  Food From Farm to Table; Bill Thompson

July 15:  The Night Sky;  Helmut Albrecht

July 22:  Historic Trees of the Island;  Margaret Kirkland

July 29:  “Look and See”; Wain Wesberry

August 5:   Solar Energy; Pete Wilking

August 12: Bees and Beekeeping; Barb Kent

August 19 : Amelia’s Wetlands; Ray Hetchka

August 26: St. John’s River Keeper : Jimmy Orth

 

Weekly Resources:

 

June 3: Being an Earth Care Congregation

June 10: Butterflies and Butterfly Gardening

June 17: Egan’s Creek

June 24: Growing Trees

July 1:  Amelia Island Turtle Watch

http://www.ameliaislandseaturtlewatch.com/index.html

AISTW Home – ameliaislandseaturtlewatch.com

What can people see when the visit Amelia Island?. Visitors to Amelia Island frequently ask if they can watch turtles nest or watch hatchlings come out of the nest.

www.ameliaislandseaturtlewatch.com

https://youtu.be/QZoxVts5TB8

Power Point Presentation for Amelia Island Turtle Watch

July 8:  Food From Farm to Table

July 15:  The Night Sky

July 22:  Historic Trees of the Island

July 29:  Look and See

August 5: Solar Energy

August 12:Bees and Beekeeping

August 19: Amelia’s Wetlands

August 26: St. John’s River Keeper

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