The World is Hurting.

How Will You Respond?

We are facing a climate crisis. Climate change is already causing suffering for peoples around the world every day. Recognizing the interdependence of all life, we are called as people of faith and conscience to heal and sustain the planet we call home.

Together We Can

We Believe

We are diverse in spiritual belief, yet united in faith that a better world is possible and that our collective power can create change.

We Commit

We commit to join together to SHIFT to a low carbon future, ADVANCE the human rights of affected communities, and GROW the climate justice movement.

We Act

People of faith have been on the frontlines of environmental justice for decades. United in collective action, connected through partnership, we change the world.

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Watch "How to Let Go Of the World and Love the Things Climate Can't Change" !

June 30, 2016


Check out Oscar Nominated director Josh Fox's latest documentary, How to Let Go of the World and Love the Things that Climate Can't Change --- Or better yet: host a watch party! The film is available on HBO tv and web platforms throughout the summer.

"Traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?" (source) Tim DeChristoper, a UU young adult seminarian and climate justice movement leader since his 2008 disruption of a US government mineral rights auction in Utah, is featured in the film.

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We Are Called: Devastating Floods in WV

June 28, 2016


None Dead, One Pet
Nina, a cat, sits inside a pet crate after being rescued from flash flooding outside a home in Rainelle, W.Va.  
Christian Tyler Randolph, Charleston Gazette-Mail, via AP

Steep mountains, narrow valleys and a deadly train of storms came together in West Virginia  to cause horrendous flooding that killed 23 people last week, forced thousands to evacuate and destroyed or damaged thousands of homes and businesses.

Disaster Areas have been declared for 44 or the 55 counties in the state. FEMA and the National Guard have been called in and once again we see pictures of homes with the dread markings of house-to-house searches for the missing people and pets.

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