Educational material for your congregation.

Check it out for videos, information, lectionary resources, studies, and meet other organizations focused on restoring the planet.



NC Council of Churches offers "Acts of Faith: Free Lectionary Resources for Prophetic Worship". It is a tool for pastors and worship leaders as they seek to integrate the biblical theme of shalom and the language of justice into their communal life of worship.


GreenFaith is an interfaith coalition for the environment that works with houses of worship, religious schools, and people of all faiths to help them become better environmental stewards.

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Energy Sage has great information on what is energy efficiency, common misconceptions about it, different cost calculations and more.




"We are a Christian organization engaging communities in nature conservation. A Rocha responds to the global crisis of biodiversity loss by carrying out community-based conservation projects."


"We commit ourselves to living faithfully as good stewards of creation, advocating on behalf of the poor and marginalized, supporting our faith and political leaders when they stand up for climate action, and mobilizing our generation to join in."


The Environmental Evangelical Network has a ministry called EEN Moms. In partnership with Moms Clean Air Force, they offer this free, downloadable Bible study called "Healthy Creation = Healthy Children". Fill out the form and get it in your e-mail today!

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Moms and dads united against air pollution  to protect our children’s health. Their website offers awesome online resources, articles, Bible studies, action tools and on-the-ground events. Moms Clean  Air Force is a special project of the Environmental Defense Fund.


Jim Antal

Why and how should people of faith engage the moral challenge of climate change?


Fletcher Harper

Vision, inspiration, and practical tools to help you build your faith while inhabiting a creation at risk.

Andrea Cohen-Kiener

What does faith have to do with it?


Paul Hawken

The 100 most substantive solutions to reverse global warming.


Josh Tickell

Save the soil, save the world!


Leah D. Schade

Ecology, Theology, and the Pulpit.

Most High, all-powerful, good Lord,

all praise is yours, all glory, all honor, and all blessing.

To you, alone, Most High, do they belong.

No mortal lips are worthy to pronounce your name.


All praise be yours, my Lord, through all you have made,

and first my lord Brother Sun, who brings the day;

and through whom you give us light.

How beautiful is he, how radiant in all his splendor;

Of you, Most High, he bears the likeness.


All Praise be yours, my Lord, through Sister Moon

and the stars; in the heavens you have made them,

bright, and precious, and fair.


All praise be yours, my Lord,

through Brothers wind and air, and fair and stormy,

all the weather's moods,

by which you cherish all that you have made.


All praise be yours, my Lord, through Sister Water,

so useful, humble, precious and pure.


All praise be yours, my Lord, through Brother Fire,

through whom you brighten up the night.

How beautiful is he, how cheerful!

Full of power and strength.


All praise be yours, my Lord, through our Sister Mother Earth,

who sustains us and governs us,

and produces various fruits with colored flowers and herbs.


All praise be yours, my Lord,

through those who grant pardon for love of you;

through those who endure sickness and trial.

Happy are those who endure in peace,

By You, Most High, they will be crowned.


All praise be yours, my Lord, through Sister Death,

From whose embrace no mortal can escape.

Woe to those who die in mortal sin!

Happy those she finds doing your will!

The second death can do them no harm.


Praise and bless my Lord, and give him thanks

And serve him with great humility.

Canticle of the creatures

Saint Francis of Assisi