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Climate Justice Webinar Replay: Caring for Creation

Did you catch our recent webinar Works in Action: Caring for Creation? We are still buzzing! Our amazing panel inspired us with their projects dedicated to caring for Creation, supported by the United Church of Canada Foundation.

Our panel of past grant recipients included:

We are so grateful to them for sharing their projects, learnings, and experience working with the Foundation.

Webinar Replay

Watch the replay of our webinar Works in Action: Caring for Creation below!

It’s About Community

The common threads that weave throughout the three projects, despite how different they may seem at first glance, are amazing! All three panellists kept coming back to the idea of listening to the needs of their diverse communities and living with care in Creation as a way to unite their communities.

Jessica from Evergreen noted, “We have been, as an organization, consciously rethinking how we interact with the communities we serve. We speak a lot about ‘moving at the speed of trust’ as the thread that underpins community outreach and community conversations. And I was really struck by how similar all of our projects are, even though they are quite diverse”.

We were honoured to attend Eden’s Peace Garden blessing event in September 2023. You can find our chronicle of the day here and read more about the project here. Read more about how Evergreen is reconnecting children with nature here. To get information on Denman Island United Church’s Elements of Creation workshop, click here.

Climate Resources

The New Creed clearly names care for Creation as a tenet of The United Church of Canada’s belief and discipleship. To help us live out that Call, the Foundation is putting a focus on care for Creation and climate justice – the ethical aspects of human-driven climate change. In 2022, the Foundation named Climate Justice as one of our foundational priorities.

Stay tuned for future webinars and all of our climate justice work by following us on social media and subscribing to our newsletter.

Gordon-King Memorial United Church in Winnipeg is supporting the Seniors for Climate call to action this fall. Seniors for Climate is reaching out to organizations across the country to help build a cross-country movement that will bring about meaningful change. If you are interested, please email us at and we will connect you with Pat Wally.

Our friends in the General Council Office encourage you to check out these links:


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