Church Resources: Climate Justice

Responding to God's call to promote love, justice, and the flourishing of creation.

CPJ offers engaging resources that encourage faith communities to reflect and take action towards ecological justice.

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Sermons and small group studies can help foster healthy dialogue about the causes and consequences of climate change. Please note that the sermons included below were first written ahead of 2015 United Nations climate talks in Paris, but many of the themes explored remain relevant today.

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If you’d like help, CPJ is available to speak in churches. We can join you in person or via Zoom – keeping things carbon neutral – to offer prayers, a workshop, or a climate justice homily.

Contact Karri Munn-Venn at ac.jpc@irrak or 613-232-0275, x. 223 to make arrangements.

Please, pray and act for climate justice - and engage your faith community in the same! We hope that these materials will serve as a guide as you express gratitude for the gift of creation, pray for those impacted by climate change, and also to pray for the leaders charged with making the policies that will shape our future.

Visit CPJ's Climate Justice Action Page for more ways to get involved!

Living Ecological Justice

Living Ecological Justice

Wondering what on earth we’re doing? Looking for an inspiring, relevant, and practical resource on ecological justice?

Living Ecological Justice: A Biblical Response to the Environmental Crisis is a faith-based learning tool for Canadian Christians trying to live out the justice mandate to care and advocate for creation. It follows on the successful Living Justice, which was praised for being both inspiring and usable.

The book is organized around three themes: Protecting What We Love, The Biblical Case for Creation Advocacy, and Towards Abundant Life for All Creation.

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