Climate in the Pulpits
This fall, through Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA), pastors, rabbis, imams, and other clergy in congregations across the region will be raising up Creation care and climate justice as part of their addresses at weekly services and through other learning programs.
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DC and Maryland Congregations
This fall, faith communities will invite congregants to learn, act, and speak out for an end to burning methane gas in our homes and communities– for the sake of all that has breath.
Faith communities across Virginia will reflect on the theme “Resilience: Cultivating Peace with Nature” by inviting their communities to pray, act, and vote for the common good. It is time to pick one another up, and as people of faith, prioritize our tradition’s religious teachings to care for the earth and along with our neighbors.
Find resources here provided by our sister organization, Virginia Interfaith Power & Light.