Listed below are some available resources that we are using.

How to form a Green Church

Doing a Green Church Inventory, Evaluation, and Action Plan, prepared by UCC

Determine where your congregation lies on the environmental scale, according to Interfaith Power and Light

Interfaith Power and Light gives criteria for becoming a cool congregation. A guide:

Step 1: Learn 9

Step 2: Find Ideas 17

Step 3: Get Help 24

Step 4: Make Improvements 26

Step 5: Apply for Certification

How It Works: Becoming a Creation Justice Church in Six Steps

Green Team Tips, from UCC

UCC churches in Connecticut that are going green.

Brooks Berndt, the UCC’s Environmental Justice Minister, including links.

Green Congregations Challenge, from UCC

Suggested actions from Operation  Noah



Video, sorting and processing Recyclables

Video, building a safe landfill

Video, composting at the landfill

Video, hazardous waste disposal

Stop the Money Pipeline.

Statement of RI Climate Crisis



Jim Antal’s book summary. Jim  is a former president of UCC. He makes a powerful plea for climate action.

Climate action RI, what’s happening in our state?  Excellent current list of activities.

The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers, from the Journal Nature.

Find your homes flood factor, anywhere in US

CRMC (Coastal Resource Management Council web-site

RI Shoreline Change Special Area Management Plan

Storm Tools Interactive Map

RI Interfaith Power and Light, environmental advocacy group.

Climate change and your health

Profiting off climate change

Fossil fuel finance report; where is funding coming from.

CARI, Climate Action RI; Concerned citizens working to build the climate movement in Rhode Island, an affiliate of, striving for 100% renewable energy, a clean and sustainable earth, and environmental justice for all.