Care for God’s Creation

green-chalice-testThe Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. Out of our call to “do justice” (Micah 6:8), we strive to demonstrate the fullness of God’s shalom through living out our faith by caring for God’s creation. From Hawaii and Washington to Ontario and Florida, and everywhere in between, Disciples congregations are caring for creation in unique and inspiring ways. Learn more about how to become a Green Chalice Congregation, Camp, or Seminary here.

Our mission is to connect Christian faith, spiritual practice and creation consciousness in order to demonstrate the fullness of God’s shalom.

Blessed-Tomorrow-Logo-300x300Because we see our neighbors suffering due to a changing climate, The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is a founding partner of Blessed Tomorrow, a coalition of diverse religious partners united as faithful stewards of God’s creation. With churches like ours, they inspire communities to take action on one of the greatest moral challenges of our era — protecting our shared home. We urge Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) congregations, clergy, ministries and lay leaders to learn more about  climate change and collaborating with Blessed Tomorrow here.  

To find information to sign up for the Green Chalice/Christmount Youth Camp taking place July 24-28, 2017, go here for the PDF form.

Please be sure to navigate through our other Green Chalice ministry pages.


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