Climate change is a challenge that will require all faith groups to work towards a common goal.
Let's start the journey together.
Let's work together
This year the theme of the Green Khutbah Campaign is Every Day is Earth Day. Each of us can do something, however large or small, every single day to make an impact.
However, the challenge of climate change is larger than any one faith, which is why we invite other communities to join the Green Khutbah Campaign. Working together towards a common goal not only breaks down barriers, but promotes better understanding of each other faith traditions while tackling climate change.
Please see below for resource material to help you deliver a Green Khutbah in your community.
citizens for public justice
Citizens for Public Justice seeks human flourishing and the integrity of creation as our faithful response to God’s call for love and justice. We envision a world in which individuals, communities, societal institutions, and governments all contribute to and benefit from the common good.
fossil free faith
Fossil Free Faith is a multi-faith consortium made up of passionate volunteers from around Canada supporting and engaging one another and our faith institutions about climate justice, fossil fuel divestment / reinvestment, and the role of bold faith in strengthening our shared future.
interfaith power & light
Interfaith Power & Light is mobilizing a religious response to global warming. The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy
GreenFaith's mission is to inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership. Our work is based on beliefs shared by the world’s great religions - we believe that protecting the earth is a religious value, and that environmental stewardship is a moral responsibility.
Faith & the Common Good
Faith & the Common Good (FCG) is a national, interfaith network founded in 2000 on the belief that our diverse faith congregations and spiritual communities can be powerful role models for the common good. Our network is composed of people of faith, hope, and spirit who, despite our differences in theology, dress and culture, share a calling to protect our ecosystem and a passion for community service.