Partnership for Earth Spirituality is a non-profit organization that brings together people from various religious traditions, ages, cultures and economic backgrounds to promote a better understanding of the interdependence of ecology and spirituality. Their vision is explored through retreats, forums, seasonal rituals, wilderness experiences, programs for children, hands-on projects and education for sound environmental policies. To read more, click here.
Eco–Prayer Guidelines offers suggestions for eco-prayer and good will intentions. They describe eco-prayer principles and explain why praying and positive intentions are important. To read more on Eco–Prayer Guidelines, click here.
Eco–Prayer has posted this article that discusses a brief history of Earth Day and how prayer needs to be an integral part of solving our climate problems. To read the entire article, click here.
The Eco–Prayer 30 Day Challenge is an easy way to deepen your connection and intent to the earth and all of its ecosystems. Eco–Prayer offers four simple steps to follow for 30 days. To read more or participate, click here.
Eco–Prayer has grown out of the vision of a future with people caring on a global scale for places, plants, animals, people, and the Earth through prayer, intention, and action. They work to encourage spiritual and physical interventions to restore, support, and develop thriving ecosystems. To read more about Eco–Prayer, click here.
Faith Climate Action Week created a resource for creation centered hymns. This list offers hymns on a variety of topics including equality of creatures, the beauty of the earth, and more. To view the entire list, click here.
Faith Climate Action Week, an initiative from Interfaith Power & Light, has created a nationwide prayer for the climate. You can add your name to a list to commit to participate and join together to pray for action on climate change. To add your name or download the prayer, click here.
Creation Justice Ministries has created a list of ways to celebrate Earth Day Sunday this year. They include educational ideas, prayer examples, leading by example, and celebrating in God’s creation by immersing yourself in it. To read more, click here.
Creation Justice Ministries 2018 Earth Day theme is Sense of Place. They aim to educate and offer insight about living in harmony with local ecosystems and watersheds, sharing places with a diversity of peoples, and respecting the history of your place. To read more or download the Earth Day Sunday promotion toolkit, click here.
This declaration from Interfaith Oceans discusses what is happening with the earth’s oceans and why people of faith must act to make people more aware and to change their ways toward more caring products and actions.
“There comes a time when people of various faith traditions need to declare together the truth of the destruction and injustice happening right before our eyes. And to work to stop it. That time is now.”
To read the entire declaration, click here.