The Florida Interfaith Climate Actions Network (FL-iCAN!) is comprised of climate conscious individuals, organizations, and groups that come together collaboratively to address Florida’s unique climate challenges.

  • We nurture a culture of preparedness and climate resilience in Florida; aligning spiritual, religious and civic commitments.
  • We convene, communicate and collaborate throughout the year, foster bio-regional nodes to address current and urgent issues, and assemble annually.
  • We promote dialogue, foster relationships, catalyze collaborative efforts, and increase civic engagement.
  • We are a learning community.

Guiding Question: How do we live well together in our environment so that everyone thrives?

  • Vision: A mutually supporting network of climate conscious individuals and groups.
  • Mission: To bring people together to address Florida’s unique climate challenges.
  • Process: Convene diverse persons and groups desiring to improve environmental relationships to participate in interactive experiences, and discover new collective actions.

Our convener, host, participant and fiscal agent is the Florida Council of Churches.


Our Opportunity to Realize

Blue Green Neighborhoods:

Restorative, Regenerative and Resilient  

The Sixth Annual FL-iCAN! Assembly



Friday, March 13, 2020, 9:30 am - 8 pm

Christ the King Episcopal Church

26 Willow Drive, Orlando, FL 32807

Saturday, March 14, 2020, 9:30 am - 4 pm

Callahan Neighborhood Center

101 N Parramore Ave, Orlando, FL 32801


Contact Sharon Joy Kleitsch (kleitsch@verizon.net) with questions. 

Action Networking in Florida


          Build Collaborative Relationships

          Share Best Practices

          Cross Promote Events





  • Action-oriented on climate
  • Faith and community leaders
  • Local, regional and statewide endeavors
  • Open hearts and minds
  • The will to create change
  • Our brief bios
Image: By Everglades NPS from Homestead, Florida, United States (Shark Valley Tram and Bicycle Road (4), NPSPhoto) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons