The number one thing we can do to address climate change is talk about it! Host a Faithful Climate Conversation in your community today and help increase dialogue for climate action! Learn more leaves For the Love of Creation is hosting an online forum in November exploring climate change communication, climate policy, ecological grief, creation care and more. Join us every Monday night in November at 7:30 pm ET or 4:30 PM PT. learn more Register Now!

A FAITH-BASED INITIATIVE FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE

We come together as people of faith in the hopes of making a meaningful contribution in the next decade towards a sustainable future for all life on the planet.

For the Love of Creation invites Canadian faith communities and faith-based organizations to come together under a unified banner to mobilize education, reflection, action and advocacy for climate justice.

Creating a space for collaborative and responsive theologies to encourage grounded and relevant conversations around climate change.

Increasing dialogue and reducing polarization in the climate conversation in Canada in order to build consensus on the actions we need to take to build a sustainable future for all.

Urging government to take meaningful action to address climate change, through reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, investment in a just transition, honouring Indigenous rights, and supporting adaptation in the Global South.

"So much is conspiring to awaken us to a new relationship with earth...a new relationship with each other. May this love lead us to be persistent and practical and offer prophetic hope in our world."
Congregational Leader, Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada
Sister Margo Ritchie

“The Creation is our neighbour, just like every human person is our neighbour.”
National Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Rev. Susan Johnson

“Climate change is an urgent spiritual matter, because it is inseparably linked to our love of our Creator. Now, more than ever, we believe that it is important to amplify our shared laments and shared commitments, as people of faith, to work towards climate justice.”
Citizens for Public Justice
Willard Metzger