On December 1 we “Greened” the Sanctuary with wreaths, roping, and our Christmas Tree. It will soon come time to “De-green” our space. In the past these materials have simply... (More...)

NO, NO, NO! Let’s not! How about this year we make a sincere effort to “go green”? Let’s recycle. Here are some ideas. I’ll start off with an oldie but a goodie. Separately... (More...)

Have you ever wondered about the life of a soda can? More than likely you have not. For some time now, Fellowship Hall has been home to recycle bins in an effort for our church to... (More...)

From Teatown: From October to December we will take aim at waste reduction and conscious consumerism, exploring the concept of zero waste and the steps we can take toward... (More...)

The Westchester County Department of Environmental Facilities is hosting three household recycling days this fall, to help residents dispose of garbage that requires special handling.... (More...)

  Background Our congregation is considering taking advantage of the “Solarize Our Congregation” initiative sponsored by HRP Green (the Presbytery’s Green Team). In this... (More...)

Can you recycle coffee cups or greasy pizza boxes? If you’re tossing things in the recycling bin out of sheer hope, you might be an “aspirational recycler.” One of the areas... (More...)

We’ve all been grumbling about what has seemed like an endless winter. But, last spring was also slow in arriving: a fact I vividly recall, because last April, on what felt more like... (More...)

Besides serving on Green Faith, I also serve on Stewardship this year.  On behalf of the Stewardship Commission I would like to thank this congregation for its generosity in pledging... (More...)

About three years ago, I saw a large sign at the Hendrick Hudson Library, a regular stop on my travels around town, proclaiming “Solarize Cortlandt.” I looked into it, and learned... (More...)

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