Caring for God's Creation is an inherent part of religious life. From mountaintops to forests, green pastures to still waters, stars in the sky to lilies of the field, we experience the gift of Creation. With God's Earth experiencing environmental problems, many religious Americans are seeking to respond through their faith.
The National Religious Partnership for the Environment brings together a diverse alliance of faith institutions and leaders in order to bring voice and action on behalf of caring for God's Creation. Through NRPE's four partners we bring together 160,000 congregations in the U.S. to protect God's creation through worship, education, stewardship and public witness.
Religious Orgs Call For Arctic Protection
Religious groups and faith leaders urged the U.S. Congress to join in solidarity with the Gwich'in people to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In September 2019, religious organizations and denominations sent a letter to Congress urging that the Arctic Refuge protected from oil exploration and drilling.
Faith & Film Guide Tackles PFAS
In its work to combat harmful chemicals such as PFAS, NRPE has developed a discussion guide to be used with faith groups after viewing the film Dark Waters. Viewing and discussion events are wonderful ways to gather in faith and fellowship and take action together for the health of all God's creation.
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