Global Ministries EarthKeepers is a training program that equips US-based United Methodists to launch and grow environmental projects in their communities. Topics include eco-theology, antiracism, community organizing and project planning. All participants plan a project during the training.
The deadline for applying for the training is August 23.
If you have any questions about the training or need help thinking of project ideas, contact Rev. Adam Burns at email@example.com.
As a Global Ministries EarthKeeper, you will:
- Be equipped with United Methodist resources to lead creation care work within your community and congregation.
- Learn strategies for community organizing, project planning, anti-racism, and climate justice.
- Have the opportunity to apply for a small grant to support your project.
- Receive project support and technical guidance through post-training consultation from Global Ministries staff and other EarthKeepers.
- Join the Global Ministries Creation Care Network, an online community of practice to support United Methodists engaged in environmental ministries.