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This companion book, which can be used as part of the Green Church study or as a stand-alone tool, is a step-by-step guide to greening your church over the course of one year, from forming a team to calculating the church s carbon footprint to paying it forward with another congregation. Each month during the year focuses on a different area, such as Do Unto Others: Recycling, Let There Be Light: Lighting, and To Everything There Is a Season: Heating and Cooling.
Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)|
Green Mama: The Guilt-Free Guide to Helping You and Your Kids Save the PlanetTracey BianchiZondervan / 2010 / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:
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Catholics Going Green: A Small-Group Guide for Learning and Living Environmental JusticeWalter E. Grazer(Ed.)Ave Maria Press / 2009 / Trade Paperback$6.70
You are concerned about the care of creation, and you want to help. Take a year and green your church!
Here you will find step by step approach to greening your church. You will gain insight and inspiration from the people in the book who are succeeding in developing a creation consciousness in their congregations. Develop one in yours, too. Includes examples of sustainability in the scriptures, challenges at home, and success stories from a variety of denominations. Order today and help your congregation take its first steps toward being a Green Church.
"I can't imagine a church of any size that will not benefit from using this book. It is lively, easy to read, and wonderfully practical. Get it and use it!" J. Ellsworth Kalas, author of Parables From the Back Side
To help your congregation understand more about what it means to be a green church and to live green from a theological perspective check out the Green Church resources from Rebekah Simon-Peter and for all age levels.
Known for teaching leaders how to bring out the best in the people who frustrate them the most, Rebekah Simon-Peter developer of the highly effective group coaching programs, Creating a Culture of Renewal helps clergy and laity across the country revitalize their congregations.
Raised in New England, Rebekah is now the Director of BridgeWorks, an extension ministry of the Rocky Mountain Conference. Rebekah is also an accomplished author whose books include The Jew Named Jesus, Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!, and 7 Simple Steps to Green Your Church.
A budding organic gardener, decent skier, and all out dog-lover, she lives in Casper, Wyoming with her husband Jerry Gonzales and their two furry friends, Max and Maddie.