Is your congregation planning a garden? Is it a wildflower, community, food or native plant garden or other or a combo? Do you do anything for the bees? We are preparing for Earth Day we a theme of BEE Green. Please let Amy Barnes, Program Manager know what your congregation is doing and of course, I'd love some pictures. Send to Amy Barnes.
Volunteer Opening for Financial Person 2018
Are you a "Numbers Person"? Do you enjoy working with finances? Are you interested in helping us make an impact? Then WE NEED YOU!! Interfaith Power & Light is searching for a new Treasurer to join our team. This is a great opportunity for anyone versed in finances/accounting to use their skills to assist us in our mission and make an impact on climate change.
Without good budgeting and financial management, we cannot run an effective organization, and we NEED your help
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March 1 Environmentally Responsible Investing for Congregations Workshop New H-IPL Workshop with Julie Singer with Ramond James Environmentally responsible ways to invest endowment funds and other pools of money. Sponsored by Indy Green congregations and Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light. St. Luke's UMC in Indianapolis
March 3 Green Team Basics: Creation Care 101If you or anyone in your congregation has ever thought of starting or has recently launched a green team or if your green team needs a boost, this workshop is for you. Presented by Amy Barnes, Program Manager, Hoosier Interfaith and Light. Sponsored by H-IPL and the Eastside Creation Care Network. St. Mathews Episcopal Church Indy
News from around Indiana
Downey Avenue Christian Church (Indianapolis, IN) had been awarded the Energy Star Certificate by the EPA!!
A big congratulations to all at Downey Avenue who worked so hard.
News on Our Staff
Welcome to John Dane our new Executive Director who started in September 2017. John and his wife Lisa recently returned to Indiana after a decade in California where John most recently served as Executive Director for the California Resource Recovery Association, a leading educational and advocacy voice on recycling and climate change issues.