The BTS Center is a proud partner organization in the One Home One Future campaign, a seven-year multi-faith campaign encouraging visible and collective creation care and climate action.
We believe this is a moment when spiritual leaders and faith communities everywhere — clergy, congregants, youth, and people of conscience from all spiritual paths — must unite in pursuing meaningful and just climate solutions at the local, regional, and national level.
One Home One Future is designed to offer fulfilling, positive, and accessible pathways for education, engagement, and action on creation care and just and equitable climate solutions, whether you are just getting started or you’re already deeply engaged.
The campaign identifies Seven Pathways to Action, along with tools and resources for each:
We encourage you to join with One Home One Future, as an individual or as a congregation. Participating congregations will receive free congregational toolkits, including a banner to hang in front of your house of worship. You will also gain free access to training and guides, a library of worship and educational resources, action sheets, webinars, retreat resources, programming opportunities, and an online community of practice to connect and collaborate within and across faith traditions.
Here are 5 things you can do today:
One Home One Future calls people of all faiths to stand together and do what we can, when we can, to engage our congregations and communities in caring for our common home, now and for generations to come.
Blessed Tomorrow, a program of EcoAmerica, is leading this campaign of denominations and multifaith organizations throughout the United States. Led by a coalition of spiritual leaders, Blessed Tomorrow seeks to inspire our communities to act on one of the greatest moral challenges of our era: climate change. Blessed Tomorrow is by people of faith, for people of faith, offering ideas, tools, and language that are familiar and compelling. Through Blessed Tomorrow, faith leaders work to reach 100% clean energy, prepare for a changing climate, and engage their communities, while maintaining the distinct voices of their traditions.