Word from Winkler — At what cost?

There is no glory to be found in the destruction of God’s Creation, no matter how many members we add. read more »

by Jim Winkler, General Secretary, General Board of Church and Society
on December 09, 2013

A river, an old building, poetry and faith

Nebraska contingent attends environmental seminar in nation’s capital

UM Seminar Program tailors learning experience including congressional visits, boat ride, writing poetry. read more »

by Sam Fisher
on September 19, 2013

‘Christian Responses to Climate Change’

Presentation offers basic facts, addresses controversy and consensus

Founder of Earth Justice Ministries seeks to link personal spirituality with social and environmental concerns. read more »

August 05, 2013

Creation Justice Ministries

National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program to branch off on own

Ministry focus remains working through education, training and public witness to protect God’s people and planet. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on July 18, 2013

UMW commends Obama on climate plan

Praises large-scale changes proposed, but concerns remain

Need to transform economy, energy needs and sources, and relationship with natural world. read more »

July 18, 2013

No to nuclear power

Fukushima interfaith gathering pledges to restore creation ‘as fully as possible’

Participants also urge Japanese government, the Tokyo Electric Power and Fukushima Prefectural Government to acknowledge responsibilities for nuclear accident at Daiichi power plant, which has been crippled since March 11, 2011, by the earthquake and tsunami. read more »

by Hisashi Yukimoto
on December 13, 2012

Word from Winkler — Hogwash

Incredibly, people continually insist on espousing myths as if they were steeped in reality — no matter how improbable. read more »

by Jim Winkler, General Secretary, General Board of Church and Society
on September 04, 2012


Sustainability is at the heart of economic and environmental justice. What is enough? How are our lifestyles affecting the rest of God's creation? Can we live our lives so that generations to come will also share in God's created abundance? Is it not enough for you to feed... Read More

Climate Justice

See what the Church and Society team is saying about the UN climate negotiations in Paris! Week 1: Join our Journey for Climate Justice Week 2: Putting our Faith into Action Week 3: Read More

7 Weeks of Water

Campaign during Lent focuses on ‘economy of water’

Ecumenical Water Network hopes to inspire churches to pray, reflect and act together for local and global water justice. read more »

February 22, 2012

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