Churches and religion-based groups caring for the Earth

Center for Women, the Earth, the Divine An organization dedicated to exploring the parallels that exist between the imaging and treatment of Women and of the Earth, and how our images of the Divine are related to these parallels.

Christian Ecology Link
Offers insights into ecology and the environment to Christian people and churches and offers Christian insights to the Green movement.

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (Environmental Issues Network)
This Network aims to raise levels of awareness on issues relating to the environment and sustainability. It also helps member churches and other organisations explore together their theological understanding of creation and its ethical implications for environmental policy and action. 

Forum on Religion and Ecology 
Calling for the world’s religions to participate in changes toward a more sustainable planetary future.  

 Guide to Online Schools - Religion and Ecology
For educators and anyone interested in religion and ecology, a comprehensive list of online schools and other resources devoted to this subject.
Living Spirituality
The goal of this organization is to encourage mutual support as people explore their own spiritual journeying broadly rooted within the Christian tradition. It aims to be a resource through which people can find material. groups and people to help deepen and anchor their explorations through all the stages of their journey.

The Network Alliance of Congregations Caring for the Earth (NACCE)
n ecumenical, volunteer-run, non-profit organization established in 1986 to encourage the many strands of Christian tradition in the work of healing the damaged Earth.

The Network of Engaged Buddhists
This Network is founded on the belief that genuine practice requires an active involvement in society. It integrates the practice of Buddhism with social actions for a healthy, just and peaceful world. It is the integration of spiritual and social transformation, the joining of inner meditative life and outer activism. 

Quaker Earthcare Witness
This is a spiritually-centred movement of Quakers and like-minded people seeking ways to integrate concern for the environment with Friends' long-standing testimonies for simplicity, integrity, peace, and equality.

St James's Piccadilly
An inclusive church, community and network in London’s West End. It has a long history of involvement with social justice, personal growth and ecological issues and was the birthplace of the Creation Spirituality movement in the UK, which later became GreenSpirit.

Unitarian Earth Spirit Network
Revering the divine reality of nature revealed to us through the infinite multiplicity of forms and forces. Evolving creative ways of worship for body, mind and spirit. Affirming a Pagan spiritual perspective as being fully compatible with the human quest for self-knowledge and ultimate meaning. Encouraging ways of practical action on social issues which are directly related to a nature-centred faith and philosophy.

Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth
Aims to provide Unitarian Universalist churches and their congregations with organized ways to connect energy, ideas, and information about how their lives relate to the living Earth, environmental justice, and future generations.