As a faith leader, you can help inspire your congregation to care for God's creation.

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Resources to Inspire Others

You can play a pivotal role in helping others to recognize the importance of addressing climate change as a rich expression of their faith. Choose inspirational action steps below to add to your plan. Each step links you to numerous resources to support your efforts. If you have joined Blessed Tomorrow, you can view and manage your plan on your customized dashboard at anytime. Also, be sure to add steps from our care for creation section.

 

Create a compelling story by consulting religious texts
We will prepare you to make the case for creation care within your congregation by helping you craft a story rooted in your faith that resonates with your congregation and its leaders.   > Get resources
Forming a creation care team
Our forum and social media sites are great places to connect with congregations walking down a similar path. There, you can share ideas, learn from the experiences of others, and introduce new discussion topics. You’ll also get ideas on how to share on your own social media channels.   > Get resources
Blessing solar panels can help make climate part of your mission in the community
Through the Path to Positive commitment, your congregation can make a public promise to inspire people to care about climate change and take simple steps to becoming part of the solution.   > Get resources
Connecting with other congregations
You may be surprised to learn that there are congregations and organizations within your area already working to advance concern for creation that can serve as outstanding partners.   > Get resources
Women crafting a communications strategy
As a constant source of ideas, inspiration, and support, forming a strong creation care team may be the single most important thing you can do to make climate an integral part of your congregation’s mission.   > Get resources
Sharing your thoughts and ideas with fellow leaders can help you grow your network, harness support, and build opportunities for collaboration on your creation care mission.   > Get resources
Clergy or congregational leaders drafting a creation care mission
Find new and inspiring ways to keep creation care in front of your congregation by building a plan to share ideas, communicate progress, and celebrate successes.   > Get resources
This groundbreaking new video curriculum invites you to explore science and faith through the lens of leading ordained scientists in The Episcopal Church. The curriculum provides four weeks of free downloadable lesson plans, discussion questions, and links to corresponding videos for each class.   > Get resources