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Engage & Strengthen Communities

Your house of worship and congregation are likely a tent pole in your local community. As climate impacts expand and increase, supporting your community's resilience will become more important.


Below are tools and resources to go beyond your congregational walls to connect and collaborate with community members, local organizations, multi-faith congregations, and agencies for collective impact.


Getting Started

Communities in different geographic regions will experience climate impacts in different ways. Below is a sample plan of simple actions to start building your community’s resilience. See a full list of actions to communities below.

  1. Hang your campaign banner in front of your house of worship and add the One Home One Future logo to your website.

  2. Reach out to other congregations in your neighborhood, town, and/or city and encourage involvement in the One Home One Future campaign. Discuss ways you could collaborate and lead together in your community.

  3. Organize an environmental initiative in your community and create spaces to talk about creation care.

  4. Celebrate your successes with your congregation, denomination, and wider community through newsletters and social media, inviting other houses of worship in your area to join the One Home One Future campaign.

Ways to Engage

Below are visible actions to engage with One Home One Future, creation care organizations and denominational programs to connect and engage with, and examples of congregations engaging their communities.

You can browse all of the One Home One Future tools and opportunities, and find upcoming events, in the Resource Hub.

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