• Announcing the Good News: Caring for Creation

    On Thursday, Mary 18 through Saturday, May 20, the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology Virginia Union University Johnson A. Edosomwan Center is having their 2017 Best Practices Conference—Announcing the Good News: Caring for Creation.

    The conference will include workshops and presentations led by experts actively engaging in fruitful and effective practices to care for Creation, including two of our own board members—Rev. M. Dele, Founder of Nature’s Friend and Richard Cizik, President of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good.
  • People's Climate March - Saturday, April 29 - DC

    People of faith will join students, workers, parents, and people on the front lines of climate change for a major climate justice mobilization in DC. We’ll be telling our administration and the whole country that we refuse to move backwards on climate progress.

    Our faith communities are planning dozens of gatherings and programs surrounding the People’s Climate March as an opportunity to connect, pray, worship, sing, mourn, celebrate, and speak out.

Our Vision & Mission

Vision
We empower all faith communities across the Commonwealth of Virginia to achieve sustainable living.

Mission
We are a community responding to climate change by gathering, sharing, and advocating ecological wisdom through interfaith collaboration on behalf of current and future generations.

We are a regional affiliate of the national organization Interfaith Power & Light.

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