We’re NOT alone!
Below are just a few of the many other faith-based organizations working at creation care.
An international conservation organization. Find out about how people around the world are tackling their environmental challenges.
Many educational resources, including downloadable tip sheets for households.
Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries
Radical discipleship, bioregional eco-justice, Sabbath economics, restorative justice and other good things.
Catholic Climate Covenant
Read Laudato Si, find out what popes, bishops and the Church fathers had to say about creation care; learn how to host a Feast of St. Francis.
Creation Justice Ministries
They’ll help you get involved with issues such as climate change, Native rights, land preservation.
Offers a strong greening congregations program based on 25 years of experience and trains people in advocacy.
Check out the Eco-Justice Notes weekly column on current events by Peter Sawtell.
Episcopal Ecological Network
Their site is organized around reflection, education and action.
Evangelical Environmental Network
They take sin, confession and repentance seriously. They also make the case for clean energy from a pro-life perspective: pollution harms the unborn.
Green Chalice: Disciples Home Missions
Green Chalice refers to a certification program for greening congregations.
An ecumenical Canadian organization working for justice and peace. Ecological justice is a big part of what they do.
Lutherans Restoring Creation
Good biblical and eco-theology resources. For Lutherans, 2017 is the 500th anniversary of their founder’s big moment at the Wittenburg door, and they’re making it an eco-Reformation.
New Community Project
Learning tours are one distinctive feature of their work.
Presbyterians for Earth Care
Check their educational resources for curriculum. They also have an Eco-Stewards program for young adults.
Quaker Earth Care Witness
They emphasize deepening one’s spirituality and the spiritual basis of earth care.
The Taos Initiative for Life Together
A Mennonite-inspired social change movement pursuing watershed discipleship and reimagining the good life in America.
Interfaith and Other Faiths
Alliance of Religions and Conservation
ARC is a secular body that helps the major religions of the world to develop their own environmental programs, based on their own core teachings, beliefs and practices.
Coalition of the Environment and Jewish Life
A policy site from a Jewish perspective.
An Islamic environmental protection site focused on the Middle East.
The Great Turning
Spiritual practices and other work that reconnects people ecologically and socially. The site is based on the work of Joanna Macy, a Buddhist thinker.
Greening Sacred Spaces
Step by step program for greening religious communities plus many case studies to see what others have done.
Interfaith Power and Light
An interfaith religious response to global warming with multiple approaches: energy conservation, solar grants, divestment, etc. State affiliates in 38 states.