Faith Leaders Answer the Call on Climate Change Through Blessed Tomorrow

BlessedTmwThe Blessed Tomorrow Leadership Circle, comprised of more than 20 faith leaders from around the country, is pleased to announce the official launch of their new national program, Blessed Tomorrow. Blessed Tomorrow empowers faith leaders from across religious traditions to be stewards of God’s creation and inspire their congregations, communities, and other leaders to do the same. Blessed Tomorrow is a part of MomentUs, an ecoAmerica initiative.
The Blessed Tomorrow program is for people of faith, from people of faith. It helps leaders to lead and engage others on climate solutions in ways that align with their faith tradition and values, no matter whether they have led on climate in the past, or are just getting started. The program website provides an array of tools and resources that can be used right away to activate their members and communities. It also enables faith leaders to share and exchange best practices for involving their faith communities in climate solutions.
The founding leaders of Blessed Tomorrow include preeminent Evangelical, Catholic, Mainline Protestant, Muslim and Jewish leaders who are committed to engaging their communities and calling on their peers to support practical solutions to create a healthy future for us all.
To learn more about Blessed Tomorrow, visit, or follow Blessed Tomorrow on Twitter and Facebook.

2 Responses to “Faith Leaders Answer the Call on Climate Change Through Blessed Tomorrow”

  1. Why are only faith leaders being asked to make a moral response? As one who takes his “moral compass” bearings from philosophy and ethics, I also hope that climate ethicists like Donald A. Brown will be allowed to join.

  2. Thanks for this comment. Your point is well taken. We certainly hope that people from all walks of life will join in a moral response to climate change. The Blessed Tomorrow program was designed to support people of faith in their efforts, however, we are actively building bridges with secular organizations and individuals which will ideally make all voices more effective.

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