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Restore Healthy Creation

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You can support physically, mentally, and spiritually healthy people by caring for creation. Together, we can all take steps that protect our common home and promote healthy communities inside and outside of congregational walls.

Below you will find a host of tools and resources to help you conserve energy, save money, increase efficiency, transition to renewable energy, support biodiversity, and the healing of the natural world.

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Getting Started

Stewardship and creation care can take many different forms. Below is a sample plan of simple actions to get you started. See a full list of actions to restore healthy creation below.

  1. Learn about climate change impacts on water. Download and share resources such as “Our Ocean: Changing Climate, Shifting Tides.”

  2. Promote conservation initiatives in your congregation and community. Reducing energy use is a climate solution and saves money. 

  3. Support restoration in your congregations and communities. Increase biodiversity through native plantings and pollinator gardens in outdoor spaces.  

  4. Learn about and support stewardship of natural ecosystems. Lead a study, invite in a guest speaker, or take a field trip to deepen knowledge and understanding of the biodiversity of your area.

  5. Expand the impact by inviting others in your community to join your congregation in reducing your impact and healing the earth. 

  6. Lead visibly and model a faithful life by sharing your actions with your congregation, denomination, and wider community through local news outlets, newsletters and social media, inviting others to join the One Home One Future campaign

Ways to Engage

Below are information and guides for restoring creation within houses of worship and in communities, action and educational resources, and tools for finding and securing funding for efficiency and clean energy.

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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