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"We're at a point in our history to make a choice for life. Choosing oil is choosing an unfolding death," said Pastor Gwin Pratt from St. Luke Presbyterian in Minnetonka on Thursday, April 3, 2014. He spoke at a rally in downtown St. Paul before a march to a public hearing on the Alberta Clipper pipeline at the Public Utilities Commission. ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS/Jean Pieri

More churches speaking out about climate change, calling it a moral issue

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ST. PAUL -- The Rev. Tim Johnson is proud of the solar panels that blanket the roof of his church, Cherokee Park United in St. Paul.

He says they’re like a billboard, advertising a commitment to ease global warming. It’s an environmental cause that is spreading among Minnesota churches.


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