Welcome to Religious Witness for the Earth
A Religious Life is a Sustainable Life.
Religious Witness for the Earth (RWE) is a national, independent, interfaith network dedicated to creating a society in which human beings live in loving, just relationships with one another and with all Creation.
The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, RWE Co-Chair, was on the core planning team for the New England Climate Revival. Hundreds gathered to worship together and to hear from denominational leaders and international climate activists.
The Rev. Fred Small, RWE Co-Chair, is active in the movement to Divest from Fossil Fuels. On June 2, 2013, First Parish in Cambridge, Unitarian Universalist - the church where Fred is pastor - voted unanimously to divest within the next five years.
Members of RWE participated in the 2011 actions in Washington, D.C. In Boston, RWE organized an ancillary project: an advocacy meeting with staff from the New England Canadian Consulate. Read more here: Tar Sands Advocacy.
Moving Planet (www.Moving-Planet.org) - September 24, 2011
RWE was a Sponsoring Organization for Moving Planet New England (www.moving-newengland.org). Members of RWE participated in the planning for this event. Co-Chair Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas led the grounding meditation. Other RWE affiliates participated in Moving Planet events around the country.
To heal the wounds of our planet and its peoples, to restore right relations among all God's creatures, to apportion the earth's abundance with equity and generosity—these challenges will demand all our courage, creativity, devotion, and sacrifice. Will people of faith heed the call? The answer may determine the fate of the biosphere and countless imperiled species—including the miraculous evolutionary experiment called humanity.
—Rev. Fred Small, RWE Co-Chair
Religious Witness for the Earth is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.