Our workshop on Saturday, February 11th, 2012 is now full!
If you have already registered, we look forward to seeing you! 1-4 pm at University Lutheran in Palo Alto
If someone from your congregation is already registered and you would also like to attend as a team member, please email email@example.com and you will be welcome.
Stay tuned for further Cool Congregations Workshops!
Cool Congregations workshop description:
Are you the “green sheep” in your congregation?
Do you need tools for taking the next step in leading your congregation’s response to climate change?
Join CIPL for a Cool Congregations Workshop!
The Cool Congregations Workshop will help you measure and reduce the carbon footprint of your congregation and member households. By attending, you will become a trained leader and receive a tool-kit for this unique stewardship program.
The Cool Congregations will provide what you need to make a difference in your home, congregation, and community. Research shows that small group models provide the best opportunity for real and lasting change. Faith communities have used the small group model for centuries! Find out how you can use this time-tested method to lead your congregation’s response to climate change.
Cool Congregations is organized as a set of small group gatherings facilitated by a leader trained at this February 11th workshop.
Participating households and congregations:
- Invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy
- Save money on bills
- Prevent carbon emissions that contribute to climate change
By attending the set of small group gatherings, participants:
- Measure their carbon footprint
- Explore ways to reduce their footprint
- Make a faith-based pledge to reduce their footprint
- Meet to celebrate their successes and build community!
Click here to RSVP online
You will bring back to your congregation:
Cool Congregations Manual
Cool Congregations Carbon Calculator
Energy and ideas to start your own program!
Questions or for more info: Call Rachel at 415-391-4214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org