Young Christians Urgently Want to Stand with the Church on Creation Care
Together with Tearfund Canada, we conducted a survey geared towards young Christians about their beliefs surrounding creation care. We surveyed 742 young Christians and held focus groups with over 120 people. The findings show that young Christians hold a strong concern for creation and are compelling the church to take action.
92% of young Canadians surveyed stated that they believe caring for creation is an essential act of discipleship. They also believe it is an essential aspect of the Church’s mission. Download the full report.
May 27 is National Day of Creation Action
On Saturday, May 27, join or lead a National Litter Pick Up day in your city to put your faith into action. You will be joining with churches and individuals from across the nation who want to make a difference and declare that God’s creation is good and worthy of our care. Sign up to become a Creation Care Ambassador.
For more information
If you have any additional questions or would like to learn more, please reach out to Rick Faw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Rocha Canada conducted the survey in partnership with Tearfund Canada, with the help of the research agency Maru/Blue.
Tearfund Canada is an international relief and development organization focused on facing the challenges of poverty
and injustice through God’s love. Through climate-focused programming such as conservation agriculture, water
management, and landscape restoration we help families adapt to a changing climate so that they can not only
survive, but thrive.
Learn more at www.tearfund.ca
Maru/Blue is a group of dedicated sample and data services experts who lead the world in data quality with their
owned panel assets and international partnerships. We provide reliable global data connections for agencies, brands,
and market research firms.
Learn more at www.marugroup.net/maru-blue