To help you learn how to better invest for good, Climate Witness Project is hosting a webinar covering Sustainable Investing on May 26th with Kurt Holzhueter, an advisor with ClearView Investments.
Climate Witness Project
The Climate Witness Project is a campaign of the Office of Social Justice and World Renew 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.
This prayer for Earth Day is based on Psalms 103 and 104. It reflects the work of Climate Witness Project partners in the areas of worship, education, energy stewardship, and advocacy.
Looking for a way to serve this Lent? Work on reducing your own carbon footprint.
In this 3-part series, regional organizer Allen Drew walks folks through our biblical motivation to care for climate to practical ways to make a difference.
On January 18, the Climate Witness Project hosted a virtual "climate huddle" on Dr. Katharine Hayhoe's new book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World.
Order (free!) prints or use a video to get people excited about starting a creation care team in your local context.
What was COP26 all about and what comes next for Christians?
These 4 devotionals for young people have been read and evaluated, with main takeaways and advice for usage.
One way churches have invested in clean energy is by adding solar to their buildings! Here’s how several of our partner congregations have done this.
Hi Terry! Thanks so much for your kind words. We always appreciate hearing feedback.posted on: Engaging Climate as Christians
Thanks Staci! We're so grateful we could gather together in this way!
Hi Krik, Thanks for your question. We'd be happy to connect you with the speakers or a regional organizer to discuss this more! Feel free to email us at [email protected]
Glad we can be in it together Staci!
Thanks so much for sharing these additional resources!