We're engaging churches in new ways of thinking about animals and Christian faith, with a special focus on farmed animal welfare.



INVITES Christians to love God and their neighbours—all of them—by attending to the welfare of farmed animals. 
MEETS Christians where they are for conversations about the treatment of animals who are farmed for human consumption.
ENCOURAGES Christians to consider what they—as members of the body of Christ—believe about God’s creatures and how they might move toward living out those beliefs more fully.
PROVIDES information, prompts discussion, share stories, and offer recommendations for flourishing as human creatures without denying the flourishing of animal creatures.
INSPIRES vegans, vegetarians, omnivores, farmers, fishers, and friends to learn from each other about how each to be the church that follows Christ into the reconciliation of all creatures.


CreatureKind provides books and other resources for popular Christian audiences, online tools for learning and collaboration, support for Christians in the animal welfare movement, and speakers who are able to address congregations and faith communities on the theology and praxis of being CreatureKind. 

“CreatureKind is leading a crest of new interest and energy in protecting and supporting non-human animals. As someone who cares deeply about these issues, and in ways which don’t artificially divide the ideas from the activism, I couldn’t be more supportive.” – Charles Camosy, Fordham University


“The prophet Micah rhetorically asks what is required from those who have faith in God – to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly. I support CreatureKind because I believe all animals should be treated justly; that Christian love should extend beyond my race, gender, class, and species; and that humility requires me to learn from rather than repeat the mistakes of past.” – Christopher Carter, University of San Diego