Civic EngagementFaith Climate Justice Voter

As people of faith, we are called to care for Creation and our children’s future. That’s why Virginia Interfaith Power & Light encourages you to pledge to vote your values today.


Community Engagement & Environmental JusticeChallenge for Green Futures

Take action and join the VAIPL Challenge for Green Futures! Your congregation can earn a mini-grant of up to $500! VAIPL will award mini-grants to churches, synagogues, mosques, and faith communities with the most participants when the program ends in Spring 2021.


General Assembly 2021Policy Priorities

VAIPL actively advocates for environmental justice policies in the Virginia General Assembly. Learn more about the different climate justice policies VAIPL is supporting and advocating for in the General Assembly 2021.


Sacred Ground: Cultivating Connections Between Our Faith, Our Food and the ClimateFaith Climate Action Week 2021

Faith Climate Action Week will take place April 16-25, 2021 and VAIPL is excited to announce our 2021 theme "Sacred Ground: Cultivating Connections Between Our Faith, Our Food, and the Climate." We examine how our food systems contribute to injustice and to climate change, and how our faiths call us to respond through practical solutions.


RAISERoanoke Area Interfaith Stewards of the Earth

RAISE is a Roanoke-based chapter of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light, with the mission to create opportunities for local congregations to live out their callings to care for creation and enact environmental justice. They meet people and congregations where they are and enable them to act on their environmental values.

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Our Vision

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

Our Mission

We are people of faith collaborating to grow healthy communities and advance climate justice through education, advocacy, and worship.

Our Partner Faith Communities

Our Partner Faith Communities are a part of a supportive, statewide interfaith network of Virginians seeking to care for Creation.