This upcoming election may be one of the most important of our lifetimes. As communities of faith and spirit, we know the importance of being in right relationship with each other and the earth. All of our faith traditions and spiritualities have teachings about the need to care for our neighbors, and care for the sacred planet we share.
GreenFaith stands in solidarity with Black Americans among us protesting systemic brutalization.
This week, 42 faith institutions from 14 countries announced their divestment from fossil fuels. GreenFaith is honored to be a member of this powerful coalition.
Last week, in honor of Earth Day, thousands of us in the GreenFaith community came together. I hope you were able to feel the connection we have with each other, even as we can’t physically meet.
This week, we are commemorating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day - amidst a global pandemic. We, as people of faith and spirit, are coming together in Communities of Care and Resilience. Check out our blog for all the events taking place this week
What are you drawing strength from? Do you have a favorite poem or song? What prayers are you turning to when the burdens of this world out of balance seem too large to bear? Where do you find inspiration?
My plan for the New Year was to tread more lightly on the planet with some personal changes. But as I started reading about the climate impacts of meat, I started wondering: Are changing personal habits enough?
Remarks on Jewish Organizational Divestment from Fossil Fuel Corporations
If your only source of information was television, it would be easy to conclude that ExxonMobil, BP, Shell and others had made the decision to transform themselves into renewable energy saviors.
This Sunday, most churches around the world will celebrate Epiphany - the story of the wise men, astrologers, pagans, and scientists in their own right, who read the stars as signs from the natural world to understand human history, and even the will of the gods.