Peezy’s May/June 2020 Post

Are you hunkering down to defeat the baddie COVID-19? I sure am! Many places are closed right now. But I have a surprise for you. The Woodlands Township Recycle Center on Research Forest Drive is still open 4 to 7pm on Wednesdays and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. Wow! That means you can continue to take your clean glass bottles. It is a MUCH better way than in your regular curbside bin. Let’s do it!


Music Notes 1.26.20

Peezy’s June 2019 Post

Food cartons come in two types, shelf-stable (juice, milk, soy milk, soup, broth, wine) and refrigerated (milk, juice, cream). They are made of paper, plastic, and sometimes aluminum. These wonderful containers have a great product-to-packaging ratio, and they are specially made for recycling. Really! So rinse them out well and toss into your recycling bin. You are doing a good thing!

Peezy’s May 2019 Post

Entomologist Don Sands says, “Insects are the small creatures that run the world.” Wow! You have heard of the food chain. Well that means the “bottom-up” effect of insect loss is very serious for all living creatures, including HUMANS! A major cause of this problem is pesticides. So let’s all put on our thinking caps and roll up our sleeves to substitute pesticides with more sustainable, practices. Our lives depend on it!

Peezy’s April 2019 Post

Who loves a good rebate? Me! Did you know that The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency will give you a credit on your water bill when you purchase certain rain barrels, rain sensors, drip irrigation systems, smart controllers, and even native plants? They will! Just go to their website to get all the particulars: You will get 50% of the purchase price, up to $150. That’s a lot of green!

Peezy’s March 2019 Post

Have you seen the new blue recycle bins around the church campus? I think they look nice! Maybe the pretty blue color and recycle logo will be a good reminder to deposit ONLY clean plastic and aluminum drink containers and paper. No food. No chocolate cake! No old toothpaste tubes, cigarette butts or broken pencils. That all goes in the trash. That’s it. I’ve had my say. I feel better now. Thank you.

Peezy’s February 2019 Post

Our congregation just took the unusual step of endorsing a bipartisan bill in the U.S. Congress, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. This bill aims to control carbon emissions and reduce greenhouse gases. Like the Presbyterian Church (USA) says, “With our concern for the planet goes our concern for the most vulnerable people living on it.” And those are the folks who get clobbered the most by climate change.

Peezy’s December 2018 Post

Microbeads are common exfoliants, so you will find them in many skin care products. They do an okay job, but at a very high cost. You see, microbeads are so small that they pass right through water purification filters. And they are very good at absorbing toxins. So these little carriers of yucky stuff end up in the oceans and into our seafood. That’s good reason to stick with natural exfoliants. I know I sure will!

October 2018 Newsletter

The October WCPC Newsletter is now online! Click the link below to open the pdf or if you prefer a printed copy please stop by the church office to pick one up or find one at the information center in the sanctuary narthex.

Peezy’s September 2018 Post

Ed Thorney was a long-time member of WCPC and a man of great wisdom. Today I want to share a quote that Ed loved.

“Use it up. Wear it out. Make it do. Or do without.” (Boyd K. Packer)

Sounds a bit old school, doesn’t it? Maybe so, but I think we could gain a lot by paying attention to this advice.