2019 Green Team Committee

The current Green Sanctuary committee–informally known as the Green Team–kicked off operations on February 18, 2018.  Since then, we have:

  • Initiated and continued to refine a composting program at UUCC
  • Given a Sunday service presenting crucial ideas on climate, pollution, and energy
  • Mounted an “Ecological Services” display in the fellowship hall
  • Sponsored an evening talk with guest Jane Hiller
  • Sought to connect with others in the civic and denominational communities
  • Contacted elected representatives to speak for environmental protection

We’ve always got more ideas in the works!  Please feel free to join us at our regular meetings.  (See church calendar)

Think you’re ecologically savvy?  Take our quiz and see how you score.

The bylaws for this committee are as follows:

Revised as of June 7, 2015
Green Sanctuary Committee
The Green Sanctuary Committee shall consist of a Chair and two Members and/or Friends of the Congregation representing all aspects of congregational life including religious education, worship, buildings and grounds, finance, and social justice. In keeping with the goals of the Green Sanctuary Program, the Green Sanctuary Committee shall:
(i)     build awareness of societal environmental issues
(ii)    generate commitment for personal lifestyle changes
(iii)   motivate Members to commuity action on environmental issues
(iv)   build a connection between spiritual practice and environmental consciousness
(v)    build awareness of and rectify environmental injustices