Called by God to action in this urgent moment of humanity's care for creation, Hopeful EarthKeepers is a network of individuals, small groups, and churches moving toward a holistic relationship with God’s creation within the Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church and connected to the larger EarthKeeper Movement of the General Board of Global Ministries.
Become an EarthKeeper
The God who created us now calls us to participate in healing relationships between people and the earth, and between the peoples of the earth. How are you being called to lead in this healing? Join the United Methodist Hopeful EarthKeepers movement, as we work together to welcome a more just and sustainable world! The goal is to commission 500 Earthkeepers in the next few years.
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Learn how you can take action
The Minnesota Hopeful EarthKeeper team hosted the 2018 United Methodist Creation Care Summit at Hamline University July 26-29, 2018. It was a rich gathering of over 100 people from 17 different states. The event website at umcreationcaresummit.org holds a wealth of resources, videos, and a compilation of United Methodist Statements about Creation Care that were pulled together for that event.
Reduce your carbon footprint
Legislation that was adopted by members of the 2014 Minnesota Annual Conference encouraging United Methodist congregations to reduce the carbon footprint of their church buildings. View resources for reducing your carbon footprint.
Connect with Hopeful EarthKeepers
Visit the Hopeful EarthKeepers Facebook group.
Rev. Susan Mullin
email@example.com / 612-781-3167
Cathy Velasquez Eberhart
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Isaiah Friesen (Environmental Justice Organizer)
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Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church