Climate Grief Circles

In November 2023, we began offering monthly online climate grief circles to provide a space for GreenFaith volunteer leaders and staff to connect with others and honor grief – in all its forms – that arise around ongoing climate and ecological crises. 

Climate grief can present itself in myriad ways: fear, rage, sorrow, numbness, and more. As we continue to witness and experience the effects of climate chaos, it’s important to not only acknowledge and hold space for difficult emotions but also to remember that, as people of faith and spirit, we are connected to something greater than ourselves — be it God, Allah, Spirit, the Earth itself, and of course the beloved community.

This faith is what will carry us through tumultuous times.

In this intimate virtual circle, we witness our individual and collective grief and discover new ways of living and being in relationship to our beautiful planet. Together, we root in our unique faiths and cultivate collective resilience and hope – and remain ever committed to taking action.

The best way to stay updated about these circles right now is to sign up for our newsletter.

2023 Annual Report
2023 Annual Report

A Note From Executive Director, Rev. Fletcher Harper Dear Friends, Partners, and GreenFaith Supporters: As I reflect on our work together over the past year, I feel a grateful sense of pride. In a time that’s heavy for so many, you’ve been part of a global, hopeful...

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Multi-Faith Climate Finance Pledge
Multi-Faith Climate Finance Pledge

FINANCE THE FUTURE, NOT ITS DESTRUCTION Avoiding climate disaster requires an immediate end to new fossil fuel development.But—the world’s banks and asset managers continue to funnel trillions into new coal, oil and gas projects, creating humanitarian and ecological...

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Not In Our Name – Faith Leaders Disrupt Chase Bank HQ
Not In Our Name – Faith Leaders Disrupt Chase Bank HQ

Faith Leaders Disrupt Chase Bank HQ with Prophetic Ritual of Lament On September 14, 2023, 30 New Yorkers of faith, all dressed in white as a sign of mourning, silently marched to JP Morgan Chase Bank Headquarters on Madison Ave to protest the financial institution’s...

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