As I did back in 2011 when Occupy Wall Street put the issue of income inequality and the 1% on the public agenda, I am looking once again at the voice of the mainline denominations on the issue of the Climate Crisis. I have thus far looked at the home pages of the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church USA, Evangelical Lutheran Church, and Episcopal Church USA. None of those home pages have anything about climate issues. If there was anything that stood out, it was that the UMC.org site features a video prayer for the earth, in observance of Earth Day. Even there, the obvious opportunity to make SOME overt statement of denominational awareness of the Climate Crisis is not apparent. I will look next at the Southern Baptist Church (which really isn’t a “Mainline” Church anymore by their own preference, since they eschew the notion of significant ecumenical theological comradery, but instead prefer, at the level of denominational leadership, to be a “Evangelical Mainline/Religious Right” Church, deeply in lock step with mainstream conservative American politics, which satisfies itself to be “non-committal” and therefore SILENT on the issue of Climate Change. I also need to look at American Baptist Church, Cooperative Baptists, United Chuch of Christ, Christian Church (Disciples), Mennonites, Quakers (Friends), Congregational, and Reformed, and I’m sure I’ve left out someone else.