Faith communities are speaking out
to protect this vital water
These faith communities understand the risk posed by pipelines to their land and water and have adopted resolutions calling for the shutdown of the flow of oil in Enbridge Line 5.
All Saints Episcopal Church - Lansing, MI
Ann Arbor Friends Meeting Environmental & Social Concerns Committee - Ann Arbor, MI
Central United Methodist Church, Church and Society - Detroit, MI
Central United Methodist Green Team - Detroit, MI
Community of Christ, Michigan Mission Center Earth Stewardship Team - Lansing, MI
Detroit Jews for Justice - Detroit, MI
Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan - Saginaw, MI
Episcopal Diocese Michigan - Detroit, MI
Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan - Marquette, MI
Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan - Kalamazoo, MI
Holy Innocents Episcopal Church - Little Lake, MI
IHM Sisters, Justice Peace Sustainability, Detroit - Detroit, MI
Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice - Ann Arbor, MI
Michigan Interfaith Power & Light - Southfield, MI
Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network - MI
Sisters of Mercy West Midwest - Omaha, NE
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church - Detroit, MI
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Grand Traverse - Traverse City, MI
The Oil & Water Don't Mix campaign values the partnerships formed with each and every faith community and appreciates and respects the members and faith leaders who are speaking out on behalf of all people and the environment.
Become a Supporting Faith Community
Does your faith community share our goal of protecting the Great Lakes and our local economy by shutting down the flow of oil in Line 5 at the Straits? Please consider adding the name of your organization to this page.
Faith communities are also writing letters of support to our lawmakers, passing resolutions in support of shutting down the flow of oil in Line 5 through the Straits.