NRS Matthew 6:28 And why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin, 29 yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these.
NATIONAL AND GLOBAL FAITH-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
Educates, equips and mobilizes Christian communions/denominations, congregations and individuals to protect, restore, and rightly share God’s Creation, with a particular concern for the vulnerable and marginalized.
Is an independent, ecumenical agency that helps churches answer the call to care for all of God’s creation, and develop ministries that are faithful, relevant and effective in working toward social justice and environmental sustainability.
This website explores the overarching moral assignment of our time, which is to act in environmentally fitting and socially just ways that seek the well-being of humans with other kind in one Earth community, right now and over time.
Is a ministry dedicated to the understanding that creation-care is a matter of life, with the belief that pollution profoundly impacts human life and that the problems of pollution are an outflow of a culture in decay.
Is an effort to broaden understanding of the complex nature of current environmental concerns so as to respond with longer-term perspectives and goals. Projects include Journey of the Universe, Forum on Ecology and Religion, and the Earth Charter.
GreenFaith’s mission is to inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership. Its work is based on beliefs shared by the world’s great religions, that protecting the earth is a religious value and that environmental stewardship is a moral responsibility.
Through education, outreach, organizing, and training, Earth Ministry builds a powerful moral constituency of people of faith in Washington state, taking action for the health of our communities and the environment.
Embrace a variety of environmental concerns and are concerned with how care for creation is woven into faith and the life of congregations and denominations. They provide a place for people of faith to consider how theology, public policy and practice can connect around stewardship of the earth.