Join with members of Green Faith Olympia for a gathering of interfaith prayer, climate action, song and a tree prayer on Monday October 18th at 5pm at the Peace and Healing Park (9th Ave SE and Adams).

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Two weeks before global climate negotiations, people of diverse religions will rise to send a message: destroying the planet is against our religions.

Join us!


At temples, mosques, and churches around the globe, we’ll call for climate justice and care for the vulnerable by ringing our bells, singing, praying, meditating, calling the Azan, sounding the shofar – whatever is true to our tradition. We’ll also unfurl banners on our sacred buildings that make it clear: the time to act is now.


Dressed in religious garb, we’ll take our faiths into the streets and to our leaders’ doorsteps.  We’ll deliver our demands to political and financial leaders, hold prayer or meditation vigils outside government and bank offices, sing hymns about the climate, or take action rooted in our deepest values.

Co-sponsors are religious organizations and spiritual communities worldwide who publicize Faiths 4 Climate Justice to their communities. We invite diverse religious institutions, congregations, schools, and other groups to sign on as co-sponsors. Co-sponsors commit to recruit action hosts and participants for the global day of action and organize 1 or more local actions. We provide co-sponsors with tools, resources, and one-on-one support for recruitment and action organizing. Co-sponsors, if interested, can serve on a planning team in preparation for the mobilization.

Organized by
the GreenFaith International Network 

Australian Religious Response to Climate ChangeInstituto de Estudos da Religião (ISER – Brasil)Faith & the Common Good (Canada)Alianza Interreligiosa y Espiritual por el Clima (Chile), GreenFaith India, GreenFaith Indonesia, GreenFaith Kenya, GreenFaith Nigeria, hosted at Nigerian Conservation FoundationSouthern African Faith Communities Environment InstituteInter-Religious Council of UgandaFaith for the Climate Network (United Kingdom)GreenFaith (USA and global coordinator), GreenFaith Zambia, GreenFaith Zimbabwe

As people of faith, we believe that the Earth and all people are sacred. We are calling for an immediate end to new fossil fuel projects, deforestation, and related financing, a massive commitment to green jobs to reduce climate pollution and end poverty for millions, and climate reparations from wealthy countries to equip vulnerable nations for a better future.