Care for Creation

The Salvation Army is committed to helping change attitudes, resulting in a more responsible use of our planet.

As a Mission Service we seek to provide practical care and advocacy for people affected by damage to the environment. People will not experience fullness of life unless God’s creation is protected and cared for.

See the latest resources, stories and events that focus on this mission priority.

Eco Church

Becoming an Eco Church - Forest of Dean

'As a church we felt increasingly challenged to look at ways of operating in a more sustainable way and reducing our negative impact on the planet.' See how corps across the territory are caring for creation ad reducing their environmental impact (access to OurHub is required).

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If you’re not ready to sign up to an eco-scheme, then why not hold a Climate Sunday service?

Climate Sunday

Sign up to hold a climate-focused service and download resources to help you worship, pray and act together.

Webinar on the Ethics of Caring for Creation

The next Moral and Social Issues Council webinar is Being Fruitful: The Ethics of Caring for Creation on Wednesday 24 November at 7.30pm.

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Striking the right balance between our needs and what is sustainable must catch the attention of every Salvationist.
General Brian Peddle

Other Mission Priorities

Share the Good News

At the heart of The Salvation Army’s mission is a passion to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ far and wide.

Serve Others Without Discrimination

The Salvation Army responds to people without discrimination. God calls us to be with the people we serve.

Nurture Disciples of Jesus

People can experience a fuller life while we are on Earth – we don’t have to wait until we die. God longs for justice for all people.

Seek Justice and Reconciliation

People can experience a fuller life while we are on Earth – we don’t have to wait until we die. God longs for justice for all people.