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.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and receive our helpful brochure.
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!
Interested in a Movie Night? We have videos you can borrow! Drop us an email for details. Available titles:
Merchants of Doubt
Missouri IPL is excited to welcome the following congregations as supporters of our mission:
Parkway UCC in St. Louis, MO
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
One of the best things you can do to increase your energy efficiency and decrease you impact on the Earth, is to measure it! Join us as we walk you through this free online tool that will help you decide what steps to take in becoming a better steward of Creation. Click on image for more details.
Join the Ferguson Ecology Team in viewing and discussing the long-term effects this policy has had on native peoples and control of natural resources.
March 28, 7:00pm
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ferguson MO.
Sustainability Seekers of Parkway United Church of Christ invites you to hear
March 30, 7:30pm, Parkway UCC
Connie Gray is a former social worker in mental health. She is an author of an environmental memoir about chronic/acute illness (environmental illness) caused from extremely polluted well water, fossil fuel, plus the farming and chemical industry.
She will explain that the community she grew up in which is located in rural eastern Ohio, (Jefferson/Harrison County) has recently been heavily fracked for natural gas. She came to find her former neighborhood, including surrounding counties, full of heavy industrial equipment and countless flaring well-heads. She will present a number of informative snapshots plus a host of information to enlighten the public.
National Interfaith Power & Light News:
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