Promoting Sustainable Practices
With deep roots within the black church tradition, we offer ways for congregations to share data regarding their church and home sustainability projects.
We encourage churches to form "Green Teams" who voluntarily come together to educate, inspire and empower congregants around sustainability, such as greening church operations, addressing recycling, composting food waste, reducing the use of disposable takeout containers, and eliminating plastic water bottles.
What are Sustainable Practices?
- Public Health
- Building Efficiency - Energy, Water & Air Quality
- Renewable Energy
- Food Sovereignty
- Resilience - Disaster Preparedness
St. Louis Pastor Works to Enlighten and Bring More Youth Into the Environmental Movement
While researching methods to reduce the cost of electricity for his church, Rev. Rodrick Burton (pastor of New Northside Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, MO) stumbled upon the concept of environmental sustainability. (read more)
Co-Pastors in St. Louis Lead Environmental Practices By Example
Married pastors Rev. Clinton Stancil and Rev. Christine Stancil are deeply invested in the betterment of their community, starting with Wayman AME Church in St. Louis, MO. The Stancils’ long-term goal is to represent a productive, well-rounded community .... (read more)
Start Building Now
We invite you to get involved in this environmental movement as we collectively wake up the ‘sleeping giant’ that is the Black church.Call To Action