Creation Care

Creation Care

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October 16, 2019

El Grupo de Trabajo de La Iglesia Episcopal sobre El Cuidado de la Creación y el Racismo Ambiental está aceptando las solicitudes para su Ciclo de subvenciones 2019.

El Equipo de Trabajo sobre el Cuidado de la Creación y el Racismo Ambiental busca apoyar y expandir la relación amorosa,...

October 16, 2019

The Episcopal Church’s Task Force on Creation Care and Environmental Racism is now accepting applications for its 2019 Grant Cycle.

The Task Force on Creation Care and Environmental Racism, seeks to support and expand The Episcopal Church’s loving, liberating, life-giving relationship...

September 20, 2019

Los obispos de la Iglesia Episcopal, incluido el Obispo Presidente Michael Curry, se unieron a un grupo de Obispos Episcopales Verdes que salieron de su reunión de otoño en Minnesota para expresar su apoyo a la huelga sobre el Clima Global el 20 de septiembre de 2019. Más de 100 personas...

September 20, 2019

Episcopal Bishops, including Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, stepped out of their fall House of Bishops meeting in Minnesota to join the September 20th, 2019 Global Climate Strike. Over 100 people participated.

Bishop Marc Andrus, Episcopal Diocese of California and Bishop Doug Fisher,...

September 10, 2019

[Episcopal News Service] The Diocese of San Joaquin has a goal: To become The Episcopal Church’s first solar-powered diocese.

San Joaquin, located in California’s Central Valley and Sierra Nevada, has 22 faith communities and an abundance of sun. This year, it put in motion plans to...

August 29, 2019

Throughout our EPPN Creation Care Series, we have explored the call to love God in creation. Challenged to see the complexity of our responsibilities, we have not only learned about the need to act swiftly on energy reform and resource sustainability, but also that any action must be undertaken...

August 29, 2019

The Porcupine Caribou Herd in the 1002 area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain, with the Brooks Range mountains in the distance to the south. Photo: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

[Episcopal News Service] For...

August 22, 2019

Decades of scientific research has demonstrated that humans have a direct effect on the Earth’s climate. Climate change is driven in large part by changes in human behavior over the last centuries related to carbon emissions and agricultural practices. This change is due, in no small part, to...

August 15, 2019

Water is one of life’s most vital resources. Water pollution, however, is devastating to the environment and to the health and well-being of people in every nation and community. The federal government invests annually in water pollution mitigation and water treatment; however, the current...

August 8, 2019

The U.S. federal government bears the duty to be a leader for institutions within the nation. When it comes to environmental degradation, it is not only important that the government implement policy to address the crisis, but also that our government lead by example with direct energy and...

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A highlight of General Convention 2018 will be The Episcopal Church Conversations (TEConversatio

The presiding bishops of the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America cal

The Blessed Tomorrow program works with religious and denominational leaders from across a diver

We are a growing network of Episcopalians cultivating resilient communities through the growing

The Episcopal Church is a founding member of Creation Justice Ministries, a national ecumenical

An independent, ecumenical agency that helps churches answer the call to care for all of God's c

The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding

This interfaith environmental coalition seeks to educate, advocate and mobilize the New Jersey f

This network seeks to create an inclusive and mutually-supportive venue for Episcopal animal adv

A grassroots network of Episcopalians from around the United States, the EEN is helping the Epis