Energy stewardship is one way faith communities can put faith into action support the interconnected web of life and free up funds for their vital ministries.
The ELCA Social Statement "Caring for Creation: Vision, Hope, and Justice," adopted nearly 30 years ago, offers a vision of God’s intention for creation and for humanity as creation’s caregivers. Current and future generations all deserve clean air, clean water, healthy communities, and a stable climate.
Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection not in books alone but in every leaf in springtime.
Please join the North/West Lower Michigan Synod ELCA and Michigan Interfaith Power & Light to learn about ways your faith community can save energy, save money, and most importantly, take further inspired steps to foster healing for our beleaguered, beloved common home. All are welcome.