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The horrific rainstorms which create the destructive flooding that is occurring more frequently now are another product of global warming. The air holds about seven percent more water for every degree of Celsius warming. Therefore storms produce greater deluges which the earth can not absorb rapidly enough. Humans need to reevaluate paving, drainage systems, and other manmade “improvements” which stand in the way of nature. Ending global warming is a good beginning point. Source – The Week

Earth Savers is a series of quick conservation notes from Christ & St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Caring for Creation

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Event Series Centering Prayer

Centering Prayer

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Centering prayer is a quiet, contemplative practice that helps us deepen our experience of the presence of God. This group meets virtually via Zoom on Sunday afternoons. Join the group…

Sing We Nowell

Christ & St. Luke's 560 West Olney Road, Norfolk, VA, United States

Celebrate the holidays with the Virginia Chorale! In honor of the 20th anniversary of NATO's Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, the Chorale will perform carols and holiday favorites by composers…

Event Series Queer Theology Book Club

Queer Theology Book Club

Christ & St. Luke's 560 West Olney Road, Norfolk, VA, United States

A new monthly Queer Theology Book Club will begin on Monday, October 16 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., in the parish house gold room. It will be a parishioner-led group…

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