As a faith leader, you can help inspire your congregation to care for God's creation.
The Rev. Stephanie Johnson
For nearly 20 years, Stephanie Johnson worked for governmental agencies and engineering companies as a town and environmental planner. Reverend Johnson formerly worked for the Episcopal Bishops of New England providing support to seven dioceses with nearly 600 congregations in responding to climate change. In this position, she designed and launched an outreach campaign called “Turn Off the Lights, for God’s Sake.” Additionally, she coordinated a Food, Faith and Farming project for the Episcopal Diocese of New York at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. In May 2013, Reverend Johnson organized an international climate faith summit in Washington DC for the Episcopal Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the Church of Sweden. She now works as a Convener for the New England Regional Environmental Ministries Network and a lead organizer of the ecumenical Climate Revival in Boston that was attended by over 700 people in April 2013. Rev. Johnson, an ordained Episcopal priest, has led numerous workshops on faith and the environment and regularly participates in interfaith panel discussions about climate change.