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

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Tools to Care for Creation

Get started down the Path to Positive by taking steps to practice what you preach. As a member of Blessed Tomorrow, you can add actions to your plan below. Manage your plan by marking actions as "complete" on your customized dashboard. Be sure to explore the list of actions on our inspire others section as well. 

Getting started with a helpful guide
Make climate solutions part of everyday life at your facility and in your community. Our "Get Started Guide" offers ideas on how to engage your congregation, colleagues, and staff on the Path to Positive.     > Get resources
Women crafting a communications strategy
  • Save Money
  • Improve Health
  • Be Prepared
  • Good Steward
  • Build Community
Once you have joined Blessed Tomorrow and made your commitment to take steps to care for creation and inspire others, we’ll help you create your Path to Positive plan, get organized, and get started.   > Get resources
Setting the water heater at 110-120 degrees
  • Save Money
  • Good Steward
Lower the water temperature and your water bill by setting the temperature at the lowest setting sufficient for the congregation's needs.   > Get resources
Carpooling can help build community
  • Save Money
  • Be Prepared
  • Good Steward
  • Build Community
Save time, money, and get to know your neighbors by carpooling to and from services and events.   > Get resources
Adjusting the thermostat
  • Save Money
  • Good Steward
Set the thermostat a degree or two warmer in the summer, and a degree or two cooler in the winter to save money on utility bills.   > Get resources
Insulating the water heater
  • Save Money
  • Be Prepared
  • Good Steward
Insulate your water heater to reduce energy use and utility bills.   > Get resources
Biking or walking to services, meetings, and events
  • Save Money
  • Improve Health
  • Be Prepared
  • Good Steward
Save money, improve your health, and be part of the solution to air pollution by walking or biking to services, meetings, and events.   > Get resources