Caring for Creation

People of faith, and the institutions and communities that support them, are responding to environmental and social justice concerns in profound and meaningful ways. Add your voice! The producers of Wild Ways are committed to building effective partnerships with religious leaders of all faiths to help share information about the extinction crisis and engage people around the imperative of our sharing this planet with other species to ensure they thrive and survive.

Our work in this area is evolving. We welcome your advice as we look for ways to share the message of Wild Ways with the faith community! Contact Us.

Wild Ways producers invite churches and coalitions to use our film and resources to advance the dialogue around biodiverisity and connectivity conservation. The National Religious Partnership for the Environment is comprised of the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops, the Evangelical Environmental Network, the Creation Justice Ministries, and the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life to bring voice and action on behalf of caring for God's Creation.


The National Council of Churches created the Creation Justice Ministries to protect and restore God's creation by providing opportunities for communions to work together, equipping congregations and religious leaders, and empowering the faith community to raise the Christian voice in the public arena on eco-justice concerns.


Wild Ways producers seek opportunities to partner with organizations like the Yale University Forum on Religion and Ecology, an international multireligious project with conferences, publications, and a website that is exploring religious worldviews, texts, ethics, and practices in order to broaden understanding of the complex nature of current environmental concerns. The Forum recognizes that religions need to be in dialogue with other disciplines (e.g., science, economics, education, public policy) in seeking comprehensive solutions to both global and local environmental problems.

Green Faith - It's mission is to inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership. Our work is based on beliefs shared by the world's great religions - we believe that protecting the earth is a religious value, and that environmental stewardship is a moral responsibility.
Wild Ways producers will provide short versions of the the film and other media to individual Places of Worship that can host programs and outreach about biodiversity, perhaps as a celebration of Saint Francis. The Feast of St Francis of Assisi commemorates the life of St Francis, who was born in the 12th century and is the Catholic Church's patron saint of animals and the environment. The Feast of St Francis of Assisi gives many educators, caregivers and animal rights organizations an opportunity to teach children about endangered or abused animals and what can be done to help save these animals.