7 Simple Steps to Green Your Church - eBook [ePub]

7 Simple Steps to Green Your Church - eBook [ePub]
E-Book ISBN: 9781426724428
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Published March 2010

Helps churches become more ecologically sound in outlook and actions

You’re concerned about care of Creation, and you want to help. Start by greening your church!
This little handbook takes you, step by step, through the process of making your church more environmentally friendly. Areas of focus include:

The Resurrected Life:  Recycling

Let There Be Light:  Lighting

Praise the Lord:  Worship

Jesus Saves:  Electricity and Energy Efficiency

To Everything There is a Season:  Heating and Cooling

The Wells of Salvation:  Water

Train Up a Child:  Christian Education

What Would Jesus Drive:  Vehicles and Travel

Bread of Life:  The Kitchen

Gifts of Administration:  The Office

Go and Do Likewise:  Missions

The Gardener of Eden:  Grounds

Rebekah Simon-Peter, an ordained United Methodist pastor with a degree in Environmental Studies, worked as an acid rain researcher and volunteer naturalist before receiving her call to ministry.  After more than a decade of pastoring churches, she is now a sought-after presenter, sharing the “green” gospel with churches, interfaith groups, and community groups. She lives in Rawlins, Wyoming, where she is the director of BridgeWorks, a ministry that specializes in building bridges of understanding.

About the Author

Rebekah Simon-Peter

Rebekah Simon-Peter is the developer of the award-winning group coaching program, Creating a Culture of Renewal which interrupts church decline, and empowers church leaders to do the impossible with people who may not even get along!
Raised in New England, Rebekah is now the President of Rebekah Simon-Peter Coaching and Consulting Inc., 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.