Welcome to The Clergy Letter Project

The Clergy Letter Project is an endeavor designed to demonstrate that religion and science can be compatible and to elevate the quality of the debate of this issue.

 

To learn more about The Clergy Letter Project, please browse our site.

 

 

 

 

 

The Clergy Letter Project has been officially endorsed by the Presbyterian Church (USA). The 2016 General Assembly voted overwhelmingly in favor on 22 June 2016.

The Clergy Letter Project has been officially endorsed by The United Methodist Church worldwide! The 2008 General Conference added the following statement to The Book of Resolutions: "The United Methodist Church endorses The Clergy Letter Project and its reconciliatory programs between religion and science, and urges United Methodist clergy participation." This statement was reaffirmed by the 2016 General Conference. To read a piece entitled "The Rightful Place of Science In Church" by Bishop Sally Dyck, Minnesota Annual Conference, United Methodist Church, click here. Similarly, click here to read a piece entitled "The Clergy Letter Project" by Bishop Ernest S. Lyght, West Virginia Annual Conference, United Methodist Church.

 

The Clergy Letter Project has been officially endorsed by the Presbytery of the Cascades, a governing body that includes 101 Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations in the states of Washington, Oregon and even one in Northern California! Read more about the endorsement here.

 

The Clergy Letter Project has been officially endorsed by the Southeast Florida Diocese of the Episcopal Church! Read more about the endorsement here.

 

The Clergy Letter Project has been officially endorsed by the Southwestern Washington Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America! Read more about the endorsement here.