Helpful Resources


Renew Wisconsin’s Solar For Good Program

This program fosters the expansion of solar power among houses of worship and mission-based nonprofits in Wisconsin.  It awards financial grants, solar panels, and technical assistance to non-profit organizations to help them switch to clean, renewable solar energy.

Dane County Office of Energy and Climate Change

has many resources for Faith Communities, including how different religious traditions connect faith and environmental stewardship, how to green your facility and operations, local success stories from faith communities, ways to engage congregations on climate action, and collaboration with other faith communities.

Sustain Dane

Sustain Dane offers Accelerate Sustainability Workshops to help people start sustainability initiatives at their own organization.  They also offer a Sustainability Breakfast Series with expert speakers and networking opportunities, Green Team Roundtables, Master Recycler Classes, and more. 

Evangelical Christian Resources

Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA) has resources for Christian churches, including worship, prayer, Bible Studies, videos, and books.

Library Books for Children and Teens about Creation Care

These great children’s books are hand-picked by librarians to teach young children about nature, and to teach older children (and adults) how to care for the environment.  A great resource for parents and teachers, this wide-ranging collection shows how our lives connect to nature, and how our treatment of the Earth affects creation and humanity.  Pages about cities, farms, and wild areas take one to topic pages, and from there to library books in the South Central Library System (which covers Dane County and beyond), so you can place any books you like on hold and pick them up at your local library.

Lausanne Global Classroom – Creation Care Episode A series of 12 ten-minute videos featuring voices from around the world. Easy to use in a Sunday
School or small group setting.