Membership in Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions
FACS works with and represents over 70 congregations in the Northern Virginia area. Our network includes members from Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, Unitarian Universalist, Hindu, and peace traditions. Learn about membership in FACS here! For more information about how your congregation can become a member please email Jackie at email@example.com.
You can fill out the formal membership application here.
Faith Community Spotlight
Learn about other congregations involved with FACS.
How Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions Works:
Community Council: We ask that each congregation have 1-3 appointed members who take part in our monthly community council meetings. These meetings discuss ongoing advocacy work, events to participate in, and environmental events held by congregations.
Green Teams: We have dedicated volunteers who work with congregations to give them resources to implement sustainability initiatives, programs and education into their congregation.
Events: Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions has four events each year for members to meet and discuss what they’ve been up to. Additionally, FACS hosts and co-sponsors many events across Northern Virginia.
Advocacy: Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions advocates to different Fairfax County entities. Becoming part of our organization means that we provide you with resources to advocate for specific environmental campaigns in the Fairfax Community.
Youth: Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions is an organization for youth and adults. We provide resources and events that are accessible to youth. Additionally we can work with your congregation to develop youth specific programs.
Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church
Church of the Holy Comforter
John Calvin Presbyterian
Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation
Providence Presbyterian Church
Rock Spring Congregational United Church of Christ
St. John Neumann Catholic Community
Temple Rodef Shalom
Unity of Fairfax
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Shenandoah Valley