We are a network of clergy and other people of faith who believe that care of Creation is central to our calling within our religious and spiritual lives and communities.  With over 100 individuals representing 8 different faith groups, as well as non-religiously affiliated allies, we believe that all children, women, men, and earth-kin have the right to clean water, land, air, and health.  We are committed to being a public presence on ecological issues in order to bring ethical, moral, spiritual, and religious perspectives to bear.  Our hope is to raise consciousness and offer education so that citizens may be better informed, advocate for eco-justice issues in the public arena, and offer a positive, creative vision for our planet based on our collective interfaith dialogue. Image