Earth Stewardship Resources for People of Faith


Leaders from all faiths have published a vast array of resources that demonstrate that stewarding and caring for the Earth is wholly consistent with a belief in God. This year, thousands of religious leaders are preparing Earth Day Sermons to give to their congregations on the week of Earth Day.  

The following web sites feature great resources to help develop Earth Day Sermons or projects to green your congregation and your community.

This is a living list, so please email  if there are materials that you would like to feature on this page.


Interfaith and Ecumenical


Au Sable Institute

Blessed Earth - Organizers of the April 21 Earth Day Simulcast

Climate Change Statements From World Religion - Compiled by The Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale

Creation Hope

Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns at Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon

Interfaith Power & Light - The Regeneration Project -You can also consult their state affiliates.

National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program

National Religious Coalition on Creation Care

National Religious Partnership on the Environment

"The Earth is the Lord's" by David Caleb - An anthem for choir and organ written for the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.

One Earth Sangha -

EcoSikh -

Our Voices -

LDS Earth Stewards -

Green Muslims -

Green For All (Green the Church) -

Global Catholic Climate Movement -

The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development




(in alphabetical order)

Bahá'í Faith






Catholicism (Roman)


Catholicism (Eastern Orthodox)














Unitarian Universalists