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Our Partners

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Blessed Tomorrow is honored to have a number of outstanding partners as part of its coalition. These partners have contributed their ideas, resources, and time to strengthen efforts to broaden climate engagement within faith communities. Below you can find information on each of these partners as well as links to their homepages where you can learn more about their wonderful work.

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The United Church of Christ

The United Church of Christ (UCC) is a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith and action.  With over 5,000 churches and nearly one million members across the U.S., the UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world.  The UCC is a church of firsts, a church of extravagant welcome, and a church where "…they may all be one" (John 17:21).

African Methodist Episcopal Church

The African Methodist Episcopal Chruch has played an active role in navigating social issues since its establishment in 1816. Ministering to the 'spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and environmental needs of all people by spreading Christ’s liberating gospel through word and deed,' AME's leadership has helped foster climate solutions among its nearly 300 churches, with 33 Bishops managing an estimated membership of over 7,500,00. The AME Bishops of the Church have become a foundational component of spiritual council to Presidential Administrations and The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

U.S. Baha'i Office of Public Affairs

The U.S. Baha’i Office of Public Affairs (OPA) represents the U.S. Baha’i community in its relationships with the U.S. government, non-governmental organizations, the media, and the broader public. Informed by Baha’i teachings and principles, OPA seeks to contribute to the betterment of society and to promote the development of a just, unified, and sustainable world.

Creation Justice Ministries

Creation Justice Ministries (formerly the National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program) represents the creation care and environmental justice policies of major Christian denominations throughout the United States. We work in cooperation with 37 national faith bodies including Protestant denominations and Orthodox communions as well as regional faith groups, and congregants to protect and restore God's Creation.

Sojourners

Sojourners is a national Christian organization committed to faith in action for social justice. We seek to inspire hope and build a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world. With a 40-year history, Sojourners is a nonpartisan leader that convenes, builds alliances among, and mobilizes people of faith, focusing on racial and social justice, life and peace, and environmental stewardship. Working through Sojourners magazine, Sojourners’ website sojo.net, public speaking events, media outreach, educational resources, books, advocacy, and trainings, Sojourners is an internationally influential voice at the intersection of faith, politics, and culture.

Disciples of Christ

The Disciples of Christ are a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As part of the one body of Christ, Disciples welcome all to the Lord’s table as God has welcomed us. The Disciples’ vision is to be a faithful, growing church, that demonstrates true community, deep Christian spirituality and a passion for justice (Micah 6:8). The Disciples’ mission is to be and share the Good News of Jesus Christ, witnessing, loving and serving from our doorsteps “to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8).

National Religious Coalition on Creation Care

The NRCCC is an interfaith organization striving to summarize human responsibility to God to care for creation; provide a moral test of actions before God; establish easily communicated spiritual and religious basis for a sustainable and just society; and reveal a vision of how society must transform to integrate itself into the ecosystem of the planet.

Blessed Earth

Blessed Earth is an educational nonprofit that inspires and equips people of faith to become better stewards of the earth. Through church, campus, and media outreach, Blessed Earth builds bridges that promote measurable environmental change and meaningful spiritual growth.

Center for Environmental Leadership

The Center for Environmental Leadership (CEL) is a Christian organization whose mission is to help individuals, institutions, and communities act on their convictions to care for creation and educate the next generaton of creation care leaders.

Catholic Climate Covenant

Through its St. Francis Pledge, the Catholic Climate Covenant aims to inspire a faithful witness to solidarity and sustainability. The organization is already seen around the world as catalyst and clearinghouse for engagement of the Catholic community in authentic Catholic teaching on climate change.