United Methodist Women teams up with the Unitarian Universalists Association and the Kentucky International Convention Center to make Assembly 2014 a sustainable event.
Marching in the Light of God
A first-hand account from the People's Climate March that took place in September 2014 in New York.
United Methodist Women Gets Great Scores on its First Ever “Be Just. Be Green” Assembly!
At the 2014 Assembly, United Methodist Women staff and members worked to take their commitment to environmental and social sustainability to the next level.
Download the Assembly 2014 Sustainability Report
Climate Change and the Church
Given a choice between life and death, we were asked to choose life. Without being overly dramatic or pessimistic, no one looking at the environmental trends could say we have chosen life. More on the response blog
Combating Climate Change: President Obama's Proposal for Sustainability
Learn what you can do to advocate for a healthier planet for all.
Caring for Creation: Deaconess and Home Missioner Ministries With the Environment
The response blog features ministries that encourage us to seek God in creation and take better care of the world around us.
Climate Change: For United Methodists, Environmental Justice is a Moral Cause
A look at global warming including the causes, the implications and the necessary catalysts for change.