We Need A Climate Revival!

After another year of record-breaking climate disasters, environmental injustices are degrading our communities, God's Creation, and democracy. This year, we’re changing the script. Let’s move from degradation to resilience, from brokenness to restoration, from death to revival! Watch to LEARN what’s at stake for our communities and climate in 2022, COMMIT to a year of engagement for resilience and restoration, and PRAY for a revival of climate justice.


In partnership with The People's Justice Council, Alabama Interfaith Power & Light has launched WERiSE: Weatherizing Every Residence in the South East.

Welcome To The Black Church—The Green Movement

The Black Church—The Green Movement is a team of faith leaders working to bring to light the connection between the Earth and our health, our money, our safety, and our right to live in joy as the people of God. Take this short 5 question Pre- registration Survey.  Upon completion you will be emailed the-sign in information for The Black Church—The Green Movement. Please use your most relevant email address for your response as this is where you will receive your reminders. 

What's the Big Deal with the Green New Deal?

Alabama Interfaith Power & Light is a participant in the Gulf South for a Green New DealSouthern Communities for a Green New Deal, and Red Black &  Green New Deal initiatives. We encourage you to learn more about these initiatives via the links above, and sign your name to show your personal and organizational support!


It’s not just climate scientists who claim this; every major scientific organization worldwide agrees.


What does your faith have to say on the subject?


Read Official Denominational Statements on Global Warming from Yale’s Forum on Religion and Ecology.

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"We are the only nationally supported organization in Alabama that speaks directly to faith communities concerning these issues."

Alabama has the lowest solar ratio in the region.

Alabama produces less than half of the watts per customer than any other Southeastern state (Solar in the Southeast, 2017 Annual Report). Alabama IPL will work to support the growth of solar energy in Alabama by educating faith leaders and congregations on clean energy sources. We will provide resources and expertise for helping houses of worship become more energy efficient and employing clean energy sources, primarily solar, to meet their energy needs.


We will also work with houses of worship to establish green teams that will lead their congregations in becoming better stewards of creation through education and advocacy. As our membership and resources grow, we also plan to address air quality concerns, food scarcity, and other persistent environmental issues in Alabama, a state that is deeply entrenched in the coal industry.


As a faith-based organization that addresses the faith community, we are the only nationally supported organization in Alabama that speaks directly to faith communities concerning these issues.