Basic Facts

In the THecology Club, we approach ecological issues from myriad perspectives.  We seek to understand ecological discipleship in terms of addressing issues discrimination and justice as well as in light of our relationship with the sacred Creation.  Below is a list of denominational web resources that may be helpful in exploring ecological discipleship in a variety of ways.

United Methodist Board of Church and Society

God's Renewed Creation Call to Hope and Action:
http://hopeandaction.org/main/
Economic and Environmental Justice:
http://www.umc-gbcs.org/site/c.frLJK2PKLqF/b.2808983/k.447D/Economic_and_Environmental_Justice.htm

Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University
http://www.ejrc.cau.edu/

National Catholic Rural Life Conference
http://www.ncrlc.com/

Interfaith Power and Light (started by the Episcopal Church USA)
http://interfaithpowerandlight.org/

National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Programs
http://nccecojustice.org/

Unitarian Universalist Association
Ethical Eating: Food and Environmental Justice CSAI
http://www.uua.org/socialjustice/issuesprocess/currentissues/ethicaleating/index.shtml

United Church of Christ Environmental Ministries

http://www.ucc.org/environmental-ministries/

Evangelical Lutheran Church

http://www.elca.org/What-We-Believe/Social-Issues/Social-Statements/Environment.aspx

Orthodox Church in America Stewardship Education

http://www.oca.org/RHSection.asp?SID=15&Section=StewardEducation

Quaker Earthcare Witness
http://www.quakerearthcare.org/

Nazarene Compassionate Ministries - Creation Care

http://www.ncm.org/awareness/environment/


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