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Earth Care Missions

  “The Lord God put the man in the garden of Eden to till it and keep it.”  
Genesis 2:15
Earth Care Congregation
Limestone Presbyterian Church was certified as an Earth Care Congregation 
by Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s Environmental Ministries on October 7, 2011. By doing so we have made a commitment to caring for God’s earth and affirmed the Earth Care Pledge to integrate environmental practices and thinking into all
facets of church life.

The Earth Care Congregations program was started in 2010 by PC(USA) Environmental Ministries. The goal of the program is to inspire churches to care for God’s earth in a holistic way.
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By honoring the Earth Care Pledge, we commit: 
• Our worship and discipleship will celebrate God’s grace and glory in creation
• Our education will encourage and support each other in keeping and healing the creation
• Our facilities will be managed, maintained, and upgraded to respect and cherish all creation
• Our outreach will encourage community involvement and public policy to protect and restore the earth

For more Information, visit:
PCUSA Earth Care Congregation Info
PCUSA Environmental Ministries

Delaware Interfaith Power and Light
Our church is also a member of Delaware Interfaith Power & Light (DEIPL) marshals Delaware’s faith communities to face the serious issue of climate change. DEIPL seeks to ensure a livable planet for this and future generations. Our co-pastor, Rev. Bruce Gillette is the Vice President of DEIPL

Limestone Church Recycles!
As part of our Earth Care Pledge, please do your part to reduce, reuse and recycle when using our facilities. A full list of recyclable materials can be found here: 

All soda cans are donated to Meeting Ground, so please place soda cans in “Cans for Meeting Ground” bin in the kitchen. Recycling bins are located in the kitchen, kitchenette, outside the choir room, and in the main office. Please rinse food & beverage containers clean before placing in recycling bin. 


  Recyclable in Delaware:      


Not Acceptable

  Glass Bottles/Jars - All Colors
Plastic Bottles/Jugs Marke
Plastic Grocery Bags
Aluminum, Steel, Tin Cans
Paper, Newspaper
Boxboard (Cereal/Tissue Boxes)
Corrugated Cardboard
  Liquid/Food Residue
Bottle/Jar Lids
Used Aluminum Foil or Trays 
Plastic Food Trays
Mail Styrofoam
Plastic Cups/Lids
Waxed Paper
  For more information on recycling and why you should recycle, visit:
Delaware Solid Waste Authority FAQ on Universal Recycling
Delaware Solid Waste Authority Complete List of Recyclable Materials in Delaware
Delaware.Gov Recycling Information
Why Recycle- The Basics from Earth911
  We are a Solar Church!

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