Become a Creation Care Leader With Interfaith Power and Light

By path2positive

Climate change is a moral issue that requires the leadership of faith communities just as much it requires the efforts of scientists and politicians. But where does a faith leader begin and how do they get started in preaching green to their congregation? A Great place to start is the Blessed Tomorrow website where you will find extensive materials on implementing creation care initiatives in your faith community.

Additionally, organizations such Interfaith Power and Light (our partner) hosts creation care leadership workshops for people of all denominations. Apart from teaching the faith basis for creation care, they provide tools and resources to strengthen goals to care for God's creation.


Creation Care Leadreship

By Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light

Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light offers workshops for people of faith engaging in creation care ministry. Workshops are open to people of all denominations, ages, and levels of knowledge and expertise and can be arranged in any locality where several faith communities (congregations) agree to participate. For more information, or to arrange a workshop, contact Trisha Tull at [email protected].

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