11 Ways To Make Your Church More Environmentally Friendly [infographic]

A church with solar panels and a wind farm generating it's own green electricity
As the intersection between faith and the environment continues to increase in importance, it becomes more and more important for the Church to take it's environmental responsibility seriously.

Church is not a building, and church is much more than a weekly service but the fact remains that most churches are inexplicably linked to a building and utilise services.

Much of what we experience and use when we gather as a community has a negative impact on our environment, including our money; and we can do better.

There is also much hope found within the church. This can include churches generating their own electricity, organising beach cleanups, or growing their own food.

This infographic provides 11 practical ways that a church can begin to model environmental care to the whole community.

I have created a short free e-book that goes into each of the principles in much more detail, with practical ways to implement them. Click here to get your copy.

11 Ways To Make Your Church More Environmentally Friendly infographic Part 1

11 Ways To Make Your Church More Environmentally Friendly infographic Part 2
As mentioned above, I have created a short e-book that goes into each of the principles in much more detail. To download this ebook for free, please click on the link below.
Make Your Church An Eco-Church. Download Your Free Guide Today. Click Here.

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