Informational, interactive Environmental Justice program
Environmental Zoom Outreach
On Sunday, February 28, at 7 p.m. Kevin Carpenter-Driscoll, the City of Greenbelt’s Environmental Coordinator, will speak about native and invasive plant species. We will discuss these plants’ impact on the environment and how you can get involved if you wish, in your own yard or beyond. This program is geared toward both experienced gardeners and outdoors folks, who may want to share some experiences, as well as to curious beginners. Winter is a great time to remove invasive species. Questions and suggestions from participants are welcome and encouraged.
This environmental Zoom series is sponsored by the Green Teams of Greenbelt Community Church, UCC and the City of Greenbelt.
Contact for information and the Zoom link.
We are gearing up for the 2021 CROP Walk with SOUPER BOWL of CARING! Please see the attached calendar of suggestions for food pantry supplies. Especially this year, our local food pantries are in need of extra donations, in particular dry cereal and canned vegetables such as corn and peas.
See Calendar attached for suggested food donations, as well as where to send checks.
Food donations can be dropped off with Amy Hansen at 2 Maplewood Court or Carol Bellamy at 12C Hillside Road or you can contact Marty Folk (in Directory).
The church is currently closed for in-person worship due to the coronavirus pandemic.
At this time we are streaming Sunday Worship @ 10:15 am on Zoom and our Facebook page .
We have not determined a date for resuming in-person worship. A church team is continually assessing the situation to ensure that we are safe before we return to indoor services.