Organizers from the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts, Oklahoma Conference of Churches and the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma's Whole Creation Community ministry have planned three prayer services to take place in the next few months.
“We really need an opportunity to be alert to the fact that water conservation, stewardship of water resources, is absolutely vital for the health of any community, rural, urban, and in any state or country in the world,” Rev. Stephen Charleston, a professor at Oklahoma City University, told newsok.com.
The first session of the initiative is today at OCU, with subsequent services set for June 26 and Sept. 18.
So, whether you're a card-carrying Christian wanting to save God's creation or a crazy, tree-hugging hippie, lend us your prayers.
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