Carbon Free at First Universalist Church of Denver

Members of the First Universalist Church of Denver hosting Interfaith Green Building Conference; Responding to Climate Change (L-R John Bringenberg, Hillary Moreland, Toni Nading, Tom Abood) WASI signatories, celebrating 1-Year Anniversary

Members of the First Universalist Church of Denver celebrating 1-Year Anniversary of going carbon free – hosting Interfaith Green Building Conference (L-R John Bringenberg, Hillary Moreland, Toni Nading, Tom Abood)

The First Universalist Church of Denver and their Green First Task Force has minimized their congregation footprint with a constructed carbon positive building. They put more energy back on the grid than they use with a combination of geothermal heating, solar panels, energy efficient lighting, and reclaimed and environmentally sustainable building materials.

Their commitment also empowers community members to take legislative action on climate change and learn how to switch to green energy, just some of the topics of their 1-Year anniversary workshop.

Their church home reflects their commitment to making a positive impact. First Universalist Church of Denver is a Green Sanctuary congregation and a signatory of the We Are Still In pledge to honor the United States’s commitments to the Paris Climate Agreement with or without the federal government. The UUMFE and UUA are also “We Are Still In” signatories.

Cheers to First Universalist Church of Denver, for leading the way!

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