Divesting from Fossil Fuel Industries:
Listening to the Church of Scotland, United Reformed Church in the United Kingdom and the World Communion of Reformed Churches

Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Presenters: Philip Vinod Peacock, Executive Secretary for Justice and Witness of the World Communion of Reformed Churches; Val Brown, Head of Christian Aid Scotland; Roo Stewart, Head of Public Issues for the United Reformed Church; Bruce Gillette, Moderator for Presbyterians for Earth Care

Presbyterians for Earth Care – Advocating for caring for God’s creation at the 226th PCUSA General Assembly in Salt Lake City

Presbyterian Seminary Faculty Supporting Overture
“On Removal of Investments in and Subsides for Fossil Fuels”



I Corinthians 4:1 Thus should one regard us: as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.

Presbyterians for Earth Care (PEC) invites individuals and congregations to participate in the growing earth care movement within the PC(USA). PEC is a national eco-justice network that cares for God’s creation by connecting, equipping, and inspiring Presbyterians to make creation care a central concern of the church.

Presbyterians for Earth Care cares for God’s Creation by:

Connecting members through a grassroots network of people seeking to keep the sacred at the center of earth care, advocacy and action both inside and outside the walls of the church.
Equipping members with resources, ideas and information for a shared journey toward a healthier planet by growing and sharing theological understandings and perspectives on eco-justice issues.
Inspiring members through stories of individuals and groups who have responded to the sacred call to care for the earth – stories told person to person at events, and by newsletter, email, social media and devotions.

Presbyterians for Earth Care was formerly called Presbyterians for Restoring Creation.