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We are an interfaith community devoted to deepening the connection between ecology and faith. Our goal is to help people of faith recognize and fulfill their responsibility for the stewardship of creation.

Specifically, the Arizona Interfaith Power and Light campaign is mobilizing a national religious response to global warming while promoting renewable energy, energy efficiency and conservation. People of faith have an opportunity to put their faith into action and help reduce the devastating effects of global warming.

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Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it

Rumi
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Upcoming Events

AZIPL Board Meeting

June 11 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

AZIPL Board Meeting

July 9 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

AZIPL Board Meeting

August 13 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

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Healing The Earth Together 

Let us together explore  how the faith community can play a role in building a clean energy future. Let us together believe in a better world and gives us hope for tomorrow.

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You Think You Can Change the Climate?

February 16th, 2019|0 Comments

Green New Deal

February 11th, 2019|1 Comment

  • I still love you, but you’re making it very difficult… This may be the sentiment that God has in response to our treatment of His gift of the earth and everything living upon it. He is definitely calling us in the night. “I will go Lord, if you lead me,” the hymn offers. The General Board of Church and Society is offering leadership in the publication of Social Principles(1), in part, a response to the climate crisis. “God has granted us stewardship of creation.”(p22) “…developments have led to regional defoliation, dramatic extinction of species, massive human suffering, overpopulation, and misuse and overconsumption of natural and nonrenewable resources…” “The whole earth is God’s good creation and as such has inherent value. We are aware that the current utilization of energy sources threatens this creation at it’s very foundation.” “We encourage persons to limit CO2 emissions toward the goal of one tonne per person annually.”(p23) Currently some are responsible for emitting 10 times that amount. “We strongly advocate for the priority of the development of renewable energies.” This is a much easier lift now that renewables are cheaper than fossil fuels. “Science and theology are complementary rather than mutually incompatible.”(p25) We therefore encourage dialogue between the scientific and theological communities and seek the kind of participation that will enable humanity to sustain life on earth and, by God’s grace, increase the quality of our common lives together.” Still a bit fuzzy how you can help protect God’s gift today? Slow down on eating beef; make a game of how long you can leave the car at home; plant an edible landscape; recycle especially plastic and aluminum; join EarthKeepers (2); buy local produce/products, but most importantly, talk about the climate crisis with others. Share ideas. God still loves you but his patience is wearing thin. 1. Social Principles of the United Methodist Church 2017-2020, The United Methodist Publishing House, gbcs@gbcs.org 2. EarthKeepers- https://www.umcmission.org/learn-about-us/news-and-stories/2018/november/earthkeepers-commissioned-to-creative-service

I Still Love You, But…

January 13th, 2019|0 Comments

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Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand. It is the greatest gift anyone can give.

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