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Our Mission

To provide a religious response to the causes and impacts of climate change working through faith communities and community partners.

We Believe

It is our moral responsibility to scientifically inform and spiritually deepen the understanding of relationship between us and the nature.

Our Goal

The preservation of a healthy and sustainable planet. And to improve the quality of daily lives at home and in our neighborhoods.

Working for better tomorrow

Climate Conversations

Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns.

Sacred Grounds

Cultivating partnerships to spread greenery using environmentally healthy inputs.

Faith Efficiencies

We help worship places and others significantly reduce energy use and waste.

Windows of Hope

Interior storm windows making and training help economically challenged homes and communities.

Carbon Dioxide


ss 417

parts per million

Global Temperature


ss 1.18°C

Since 1880

Arctic Sea Ice Extent


ss 13%

Percent Per Decade

Sea Level


ss 3.4

Millimeters per year

Ocean Heat Added


ss 326

Zettajoules since 1955

Upcoming Events

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Why Delaware Faith Leaders Can’t “Live in a State of Denial” About Climate Change

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Climate solutions and climate talk go hand-in-hand

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Give a gift of Warmth and Hope…