John Lewis, The Beloved Community, And Energy Justice

Join Tennessee Interfaith Power & Light for a webinar on how the life of John Lewis informs a faith-based approach to nonviolence, community formation, and energy justice. About this Event For Tennessee Interfaith Power & Light’s October Climate Academy, you are invited to a reflection on the life, principles, and practices of John Lewis and […]

Committee on Christian Unity and Interreligious Relationships Receives Grant from Council of Bishops

The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Local Initiatives Grants. Bishop Sally Dyck, Ecumenical Officer for the Council of Bishops said the grants are used to deepen ecumenical and/or interreligious relationships across the United Methodist Connection through local ministries. This year the bishops specifically […]

There Goes the Neighborhood | Ecumenism Starts With One’s Neighbors

by Rev. Nick Baird-ChrisohonCommittee on Christian Unity and Interreligious Relations On a sweltering July evening, members of Rehoboth United Methodist Church and St. Timothy Lutheran Church gathered in the sanctuary of Rehoboth on a Sunday night to celebrate worship. This worship service, the first of what they expect to be a monthly affair, had a […]

Call for TVA Energy Efficiency Programs for Lower Income Households

Dear Colleagues in Ministry, I’m writing to ask if you would sign the “Interfaith Energy Justice Letter” from Tennessee faith leaders to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).  This campaign is being organized by the Tennessee Interfaith Power and Light. The letter asks TVA to significantly step up its programs to help low-income households become more […]