On September 20, young people are leading a #ClimateStrike for action on the climate crisis, the biggest threat to our future. We, as a global society, are at a crossroads. We have a decision to make. Are we going to choose money or power or are we going to choose the future? This strike is […]
Stand With Us
We believe that caring for the Earth is an important moral responsibility. Many faith communities have long utilized public declarations of faith, which can solidify common values, a strong sense of community, and a shared commitment toward living morally.
A moral commitment to caring for the Earth is something we should all share, but we have to make it known publicly if we want others to embody it. That is why we ask congregations and individuals in our network to consider filling out SCIPL’s Earth Care Covenant. Please join us today in making our voices heard as people of faith who are committed to Earth Care.
Recent SCIPL News
Join us on the coast for Faith Perspectives! Hosted by the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, Creation Justice Ministries and SCIPL, these events will include prayers for the people and the planet. Faith Perspectives: God’s Oceans & Coastal CommunitiesWorship and RoundtableSunday, August 25, 5:00 p.m.Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street, Charleston, SCReligious representatives and […]
Congratulations to Forest Lake Presbyterian Church in Columbia, St. Thaddeus Episcopal in Aiken, and Trinity Worldwide Outreach Ministries in Charleston, for successfully completing our second Congregational Energy Efficiency Challenge Program! Energy efficiency improvements were funded by small grants from SCIPL. The time and work of congregation members will result in significant savings and the opportunity to reinvest this money to further missions […]