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Partners, Clients, and Supporters


We have partnered with Tennessee Interfaith Power and Light to design, implement, and facilitate a new Cool Congregations and Climate Resilience Program in Tennessee. This work has been recognized by the national Interfaith Power and Light Organization with  funding to support our continued work together.  


We designed and gave a workshop on using a faith organization's buildings and grounds for community-based climate resilience for Creation Justice Ministries' 2022 national summit on climate resilience.


We are supported by the American Baptist Home Mission Societies' Ministry Incubator program.

We partnered with the United Methodist Creation Justice Movement to curate and co-author select writings on the intersections of climate change, building infrastructure, and environmental justice.


We designed and gave a trainings on environmental justice, climate change, and energy efficiency for building administrators as a part of the United Methodist Academy of Church Building Administrator certification program.


We are partnering with the Parsonage Project to develop training materials to address the impacts of climate change on clergy stress and burnout.

Individual Faith Communities

West End United Methodist Church

Nashville, Tennessee

Parkway United Church of Christ

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Forest Hills United Methodist Church

Forest Hills, Tennessee

St. Andrew's Lutheran Campus Center

Champaign, Illinois

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee

United Methodist Church of Kent

Kent, Ohio

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Inglewood Church of the Nazarene

Nashville, Tennessee

First Presbyterian Church 

Clarksville, Tennessee

Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

Mobile, Alabama

Highland Presbyterian Church

Maryville, Tennessee

Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Faith-Climate Action Week 2022 (TIPL)

Nashville, Tennessee

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