- We are dedicated to cruelty-free living through a vegetarian - vegan
lifestyle according to Judeo-Christian ethics. Unconditional love and
compassion is the foundation of our peaceful means of accomplishing this goal
for all of God's creatures, whether human or otherwise.
Kinship Ministry - With an expanding awareness of our oneness with all
Life, we believe all creatures are created to be loved, respected and included
in life. We honor and support the unique human-animal bond in our
spiritual community through prayer, education and service.
Rights Sound Bites - This web site provides Animal Rights supporters
“Sound Bites” that can be used to effectively converse with Religious
Christians regarding Animal Rights. Attempt to be kind and compassionate.
Pick and choose the sound bites that you feel most comfortable using.
Vegetarian Association - an international
ecumenical fellowship of Christians respectfully advocating plant-based
nutrition. They have a free Pro-Veg Bumper Sticker available at
- an excellent resource outlining why Christians should be vegetarian.
"Christians have a choice. When we sit down to eat, we can add to the level
of violence, misery, and death in the world, or we can respect His creation with
a vegetarian diet."
For All Creatures - Frequently Asked Questions about the Bible and
Heng Sure - Online streaming video of Buddhist Rev. Heng Sure's presentation
from the 2004 VegSource Healthy Lifestyle Expo. Rev. Sure's talk was
entitled "Eating Gratefully, Living Gracefully: Exploring the Spiritual
Dimensions of Harmless Eating." Watch this touching and entertaining
video, using Windows Media or Quicktime at:
of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians - An interfaith peace effort
pursuing plant-based, nonviolent nutrition.
Universalists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
- An ecumenical non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of A
Vegetarian Diet for Lent as both an experiential opportunity and a transitional
period throughout the whole of Christendom.
Hindus Don't Eat Meat