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29th of May 2017

Manifesto for Food Sovereign Churches

Across the country churches are growing their own food to ensure “the least of these” have their daily bread. Some begin to realize that cultural diversity and biodiversity are equal parts of the recipe for a healthy food system. Even so, there is one secret ingredient that can be overlooked. It’s our spiritual relationships.


28th of March 2017

‘Green The Church’ Seeks To Mobilize Black Churches On Climate Change

Leaders of the “Green The Church” movement launched a new effort this week to help 1,000 African-American congregations take action on climate change. Green The Church, its organizers said, “aims to bring the benefits of sustainability directly to black communities.” It includes a partnership between Green For All, the California-based environment and social justice organization, […]


Green The Church : On A Mission Of Faith For Sustainability

By Betsy Lopez-Wagner | Wednesday, June 29, 2016 | Earthjustice African American churches have been on the frontlines of the most important social movements of the last century. The movements begin at the pulpit, with preachers stirring their congregation to action via Sunday sermons that link spirituality and faith to a greater calling. “The bible […]


Black Churches Are Going Green

Rev. Dr. Ambrose F. Carroll  |  March 13, 2015 | Huffington Post As a child growing up in California, my parents would joke that we were from Hollywood. Our family was from Holly, Louisiana — and Holly was down in the woods. Thirty miles from Shreveport, Holly was where a cadre of ex-slaves purchased 100 […]


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