GreenFaith – The Growing Religious Environmental Movement

GreenFaith – The Growing Religious Environmental Movement

Rev. Fletcher Harper

4.26.2013

Rev. Fletcher Harper

"Fletcher Harper, an Episcopal priest, is Executive Director of GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental coalition. An award-winning spiritual writer and nationally-recognized preacher on the environment, he has developed a range of innovative programs to make GreenFaith a leader in the fast-growing religious-environmental movement. A graduate of Princeton University and Union Theological Seminary, Harper served as a parish priest for ten years and in leadership positions in the Episcopal Church prior to joining GreenFaith.

Founded in 1992, GreenFaith is a leading interfaith coalition for the environment. GreenFaith inspires, educates and mobilizes people of diverse religious backgrounds as environmental leaders. Through religious-environmental education programs, by greening the operation of religious institutions and the homes of its members, and through legislative advocacy and values-based environmental activism, GreenFaith helps religious institutions and people of all faiths put their belief into action for the earth."

Rev. Fletcher Harper is executive director of GreenFaith, a leading national interfaith environmental organization that works with diverse faith communities across the country. An award-winning spiritual writer and nationally-recognized preacher on the environment, Harper teaches and speaks at houses of worship from a range of denominations in New Jersey and nationwide about the moral, spiritual basis for environmental stewardship and justice. Harper gives a Clinton School lecture titled “GreenFaith – The Growing Religious Environmental Movement.”