• VAIPL & VUU Environmental Justice Weekend

    Please join us at Virginia Union University on Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21.

    On Friday, attend a film screening of Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek and a community discussion.

    On Saturday, attend a morning chapel service and then attend a forum with two panels that will explore theology around caring for Creation, vital background on climate change and the basics of Virginia climate impacts especially those impacting vulnerable communities.
  • Defend the Clean Power Plan

    EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt just announced a plan to roll back the Clean Power Plan – lifesaving standards that combat climate change by setting the first-ever federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants. Climate change is fueling more severe and destructive extreme weather events that threaten our communities, our families, and our way of life. This is absolutely unacceptable.

    Virginia's faith communities must work to protect the most vulnerable by defending this life-saving rule!

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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