"Protecting Water and Your Place of Worship" is a webinar hosted by Faith and the Common Good with speakers Alix Taylor, Andrea Prazmowski, and Alan Coughlin. In the webinar, they discuss humanity’s relationship to the Earth and water. This webinar was held on November 18, 2015.
The Sacred Water Circle Gathering in 2014 was inspired by Indigenous teachings and spiritual leadership, and sought to connect people to the Earth and water through knowledge and awareness. The gathering included dance, song, and film showings during a Ceremony of Arts presentation. From the Faith and the Common Good website;
"It was an exceptional highlight of the Gathering to hear young Anishinaabeg voices; something we plan to do lot more of as a community moving forward in action to protect sacred water for future generations".
The Michigan Catholic Conference, in their "Focus" magazine, published an article titled "Clean and Affordable Water for All" to raise awareness of the water crisis in Michigan and worldwide. PFAs and the health effects of drinking dirty water are discussed, emphasizing the importance of bringing everybody clean water. The article has information on the problems around affordability and accessibility of water in Michigan and closes with a prayer over water from Reverend Canon Paul Robertson