Our faith, our planet, our responsibility
Missouri IPL seeks to illuminate global warming as a social justice concern; the poorest among us will be the ones most affected by the climate-induced heat waves, floods, famines, and droughts.
In promoting Missouri’s interfaith community, we recognize that every major faith tradition relates an ethical and moral framework for stewardship of the environment and acceptance of our responsibility to care for the earth. We can all share in the protection of the planet for our children and future generations.
Did you miss our Make a Difference: Green Your Home and House of Worship event? Don't fret, check our the videos to see our inspiring speakers and break-out sessions on practical tips you can take. Just Click here:
Make a Difference videos
Rev. Durley's OpEd in the Post-Dispatch
KTRS Growing Green Interview
St. Louis American Article
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Sign-Up for our "12 Tasks for Reducing Congregational & Household Energy" program. It is an interactive way to help you take small steps that make a big impact! Email us at email@example.com to sign up and receive our
Missouri IPL is excited to welcome the following congregations as supporters of our mission:
St. John's UCC in Chesterfield, MO
Grace Episcopal Chapel in Kirkwood, MO
Bethel Lutheran Church in University City, MO
St. Philip's UCC in Afton, MO
St. Louis Ethical Society, MO
Third Baptist Church in St. Louis, MO
First Unitarian Church in Alton, IL
We love giving presentations on the connection between faith and the environment! Let us know if you would like one for your congregation, adult forum, Green Team, religious education class. Drop us a line!
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