We are different faiths coming together in common beliefs,
building bridges of love and understanding as we work
together to care for all of creation.
* Educate ourselves and our faith communities about using our resources in a responsible way.
* Develop organic faith community gardens and composting in the community to reduce food costs for low-income faith members and the needy across the area.
* Weatherize and retrofit our homes and/or places of worship and assist low income efforts for energy efficiency in our faith communities and larger community.
Interfaith Care for Creations' 2009 garden at Congregation Beth Shalom, in cooperation with the Newman Center
This garden yielded over 550 pounds of fresh, organically grown produce which was donated to the area food bank, to help low-income people get the same healthy food as wealthier people can have.