Here are some examples of Congregational Covenants, Pledges, or commitments to Earth Stewardship:
The Presbyterian Church (USA)'s Earth Care Congregations Program requires participating congregations to sign a pledge. Since the program was initiated in July 2010, 18 congregations in the Chesapeake Bay watershed have been certified and made the pledge:
- Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church, Chevy Chase, MD
- Church of the Pilgrims, Washington, DC
- First Presbyterian Church of Clarks Summit, Clarks Summit, PA
- First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, Columbia, MD
- Geneva Presbyterian Church, Potomac, MD
- Light Street Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD
- Maryland Presbyterian Church, Towson, MD
- New Hope Presbyterian Church, Derwood, MD
- Pine Street Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg, PA
- Providence Presbyterian Church, Fairfax, VA
- Rockville United Church, Rockville, MD
- St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock, VA
- St. Mark Presbyterian Church, Bethesda, MD
- Towson Presbyterian Church, Towson, MD
- Trinity Presbyterian Church, Harrisonburg, VA
- United Presbyterian Church of East Guilford, Sidney, NY
- Warner Memorial Presbyterian Church, Kensington, MD
- Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, Severna Park, MD
The Green Sanctuary Manual of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations provides a Sample Green Sanctuary Covenant as a model for Green Sanctuary congregations.
A Sustainability Minute was adopted by Adelphi Friends Meeting, Adelphi, Maryland in 2007.
A Covenant to Enjoy and Care for Earth Community, was drafted and signed by church members on Earth Day, 2008 at Maryland Presbyterian Church, Towson, Maryland.
A Minute on Spirit and Nature was adopted by the Gunpowder Friends Meeting in Baltimore County, Maryland, on April 17, 2011