Have you ever asked, “What could I or my congregation possibly do about climate change?” If so, you’re not alone, and over the past year, CRC congregations across the U.S. and Canada have been coming together to find an answer in the CRCNA's Climate Witness Project.
The Climate Witness Project is a campaign designed to walk with congregations as they learn about the realities of climate change, as they seek to be better stewards of the resources they have been given, and as they find their voice to speak to their public officials about common sense climate policy that will benefit the earth, people around the world who are poor and vulnerable, and future generations.
Head over to the Climate Witness Project's new webpages on the Office of Social Justice website to learn more about the project, engage with educational resources, learn about climate advocacy and energy stewardship, donate to the project, and to learn how your congregation can get involved.
So far, over 200 CRC members from 35 congregations in the U.S. and Canada have come together to learn, act, and advocate for a safer and more just world.
Will you join them? Visit crcna.org/cwp for more information.