June 6, 2014
Beginning Monday, June 9th, the only ways to access the church building will be through the family room double doors, or the single door near the playground.
Thank you for your patience as we enter this exciting new phase of church construction!
PHOTOS OF NEW CHURCH CONSTRUCTION
Click here to view photos of our new church construction and to link to the Altar Beam Blessing Photos and Progress Reports!
The sooner we act, the lower the risk and cost. And there is much we can do. Waiting to take action will inevitably increase costs, escalate risk, and foreclose options to address the risk. By making informed choices now, we can reduce risks for future generations and ourselves, and help communities adapt to climate change. People have responded successfully to other major environmental challenges such as acid rain and the ozone hole with benefits greater than costs, and scientists working with economists believe there are ways to manage the risks of climate change while balancing current and future economic prosperity.
As scientists, it is not our role to tell people what they should do or must believe about the rising threat of climate change. But we consider it to be our responsibility as professionals to ensure, to the best of our ability, that people understand what we know: human-caused climate change is happening, we face risks of abrupt, unpredictable and potentially irreversible changes, and responding now will lower the risk and cost of taking action.
From: AAAS Climate Science Panel Report, 2014. website Whatweknow.aaas.org
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