Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light is Interfaith

H-IPL respects all faiths.  All major religious traditions have creation care statements.  Below are links to a number of Creation Care statements from different faiths.

H-IPL supports local affiliates, which are gatherings of representatives of different congregations and faiths to share ideas, for support and fellowship.  Many of our affiliates have monthly meetings, which you are welcome to attend.

For more on our affiliates and how you can get involved, Click Here.

Caring for creation’s health is integral to spiritual life and social justice.

Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light brings Indiana faith communities together to promote renewable energy and energy and efficiency, as a faith response to climate change. H-IPL is an affiliate of Interfaith Power and Light, a national network of 40 state chapters working to protect the earth’s ecosystems, safeguard the health of all creation, and ensure sufficient, sustainable energy for all.

What does your faith tradition say about Creation Care?

Jewish and Christian Scriptures portray a wise Creator who called a good creation into being, filled with vibrancy, variety, and beauty and gave humans the vocation of “serving and preserving” the Earth.

Islam’s Qur’an teaches that all the earth, and all its creatures, belong to God and that humans may use but not waste earth’s gifts.

Hindu Scriptures claim that the earth is our home, and its creatures our family.

Unitarian Universalists affirm justice and compassion in human relations, the inherent worth of every person, and respect for the interdependent web of all existence.

Find creation care statements from many faiths here.

Our faiths maintain that destructive exploitation—whether of natural resources, human beings, or other creatures—harms life today and impoverishes future generations. We seek sustainable changes so that all—the poor, young, old, and the earth itself—may flourish. We are concerned about the Earth’s changing climate and believe we must act now, both individually and collectively, to reduce our environmental impact and protect the world’s poor and powerless.