Join and Get on the Path
Join faith leaders from across the nation in leading by example and engaging others on climate solutions through Blessed Tomorrow. Together, we can care for creation and ensure a healthy, safe and flourishing world for all.
Together, we can put America on a path to a positive future that will protect our families and communities, create prosperity and strengthen our security. We are compelled to act because carbon pollution is warming our planet and profoundly impacting America and the world. We have a moral obligation to take action today and build a sustainable future for generations to come.
Together, we can:
- Create a positive energy future
- Improve people’s health
- Build shared, sustainable prosperity
- Prepare for harmful impacts
- Involve all Americans
Together, we will lead by example and engage others in climate solutions.
Engagement - We will build support for climate solutions by inspiring and empowering our organizations and communities with actionable information and tools.
Impact - We will maximize energy efficiency, use more clean, renewable energy and take other actions that help restore a healthy atmosphere.
Newest Leaders on the Path to Positive
John HillDirector of Economic & Environmental Justice, UMC General Board of Church and Society , United Methodist Church
The Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-CroweGeneral Secretary, General Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Church
Rev. Robert Murphyminister, Unitarian Universalists
Rev. Thomas CarrCo-Convenor, American Baptist Creation Justice Network
Rev. Dr. Kaye CrawfordPastor Emerita, Hillsborough, NC UCC
Bruce SovaTikkun Olam Leader, Shul Baruch
Jackie Dupont-WalkerDirector, Social Action Commission, African Methodist Episcopal Church
Rev. Elaine GordonPastor, Ward Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
The Rev. Stephen PattenPastor, UrbanMission
Deacon J A MossbargerDeacon, Mitchell Mossbarger Consultants
Join Blessed Tomorrow and help your congregation and community become better stewards of creation now and for future generations.