A Minor Inconvenience


First Church of Coal Mountain has decided to go green! They celebrated by having a green Sunday on September 27. During the service managers of the local coal plant handed out energy efficient light bulbs. While First elder Jacob Person, owner of Easy Trucking Company, handed out magnets explaining the benefits of individual recycling. The local Bee Mart provided the chicken, plastic plates and utensils for the dinner afterwards.

Pearson proclaimed that, “many in the local business community wanted to support this movement toward individual responsibility for the planet’s stewardship.”

It is rumored that both the owners of the coal plant and Pearson are friends with the owner of a proposed strip mining operation and Icee Springs water company which has siphoned much of the water off of the local water table.

When asked Rev. Stacy Livingston commented, “we are not called to judge these companies. We are only called to speak toward our individual responsibilities and spirituality.”


One Response to “A Minor Inconvenience”

  1. R Says:

    I guess the Rev. SL has never hear of CORPORATE Confession…

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