Environmental Worship Resources
For the sake of the earth, for the sake of generations to come, and for the sake of all the waters and creatures and plants,
For the sake of all who are hungry, for the sake of thankfulness, and for the sake of our own souls,
May we have the wisdom and courage to protect and restore, and not diminish, the integrity of creation.
May we always open our hearts and our hands to share the bounty of the Earth with all who are in need.
-Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL)
Consider the work of God: for who can make straight that which has been made crooked?
Learn more at http://rac.org/social/worship/environment/.