Building Power for Change

If you're not at the table you're on the menu!

Green The Church empowers people of all faiths to be leaders in caring for the Earth, providing resources to educate, connect, and advocate for healthier communities. The GTC Summit presents a unique opportunity to connect with hundreds of individuals who are concerned about global warming, poverty and pollution, equitable green economies, and ensuring a sustainable planet.

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What is Power for  Change?


  • Environmental Justice
  • Direct Action
  • Policy Change
  • Cooperative Economics & Job Creation
  • Workforce Development

Baby Wingate: The City of Fort Lauderdale vs. Walter Hinton

Environmental justice is defined by the Environmental Protection Agency as the “fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.” (read more)

Pastor Bruce and Vickie Carroll  Help Unify Green Leaders in the Community

While visiting St. Louis, MO to prepare for the Green The Church Summit in October, Rev. Bruce Carroll Sr., M. Div. Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Shreveport, LA. and First Lady Vickie Carroll, a former school teacher, spent two weeks networking and connecting with the community.  (read more)

Amplify Green Theology


Promote Sustainable Practices


Assert Your Power

We invite you to get involved in this environmental movement as we collectively wake up the ‘sleeping giant’ that is the Black church.

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