1000 Teachings Sermon: One in one thousand.

This sermon was given by Greg Williams, Board President of PA IPL, at his home church, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in  Altoona, PA, on February 4, 2018, the fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, Year B (lectionary page) and is part of the 1000 Teachings #EachGeneration movement.  We’re delighted to share it with all of you. In preparing … Continue reading 1000 Teachings Sermon: One in one thousand.

1000 teachings — join us!

Get a one-pager to share. Jump to the 90-second video. Jump to religious resources, and PA IPL sermons preached (share yours, or news of yours!) Jump to links about the court case. Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light invites faith communities of all traditions to join us in support of this effort to preach 1000 sermons, … Continue reading 1000 teachings — join us!

“I Don’t Want to Go to Hell—Do You?” – Dr. Neill Johnson Sermon on Climate Change

On August 16, 2015, Dr. Neill Johnson delivered the following sermon to University Baptist and Brethren Church of State College, Pennsylvania. I Don’t Want to Go to Hell—Do You? “Saint Francis of Assisi reminds us that our common home is like a sister with whom we share our life and a beautiful mother who opens … Continue reading “I Don’t Want to Go to Hell—Do You?” – Dr. Neill Johnson Sermon on Climate Change

Marywood University Presentation on Laudato Si

The 2015 release of Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si: On Care of Our Common Home, shifted the conversation about ecology, climate change, and environmental impacts on human communities, and emphasized our moral responsibility to care for creation. A great way to consider the teachings offered in the encyclical is to study it with a group … Continue reading Marywood University Presentation on Laudato Si

Islamic Horizons: Divest and Reinvest

Reprinted from Islamic Horizons, September-October 2016, pp. 38-39 written by Saffet Abid Catovic, one of the authors of the Islamic Declaration on Climate Change. [Recommended further reading about mosques in Morrocco taking action, and about a mosque in North Carolina responding to the Islamic Declaration on Climate Change.] Muslims involved in the environmental “green” movement often cite … Continue reading Islamic Horizons: Divest and Reinvest