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Unitarian Universalist Society of  Fairhaven, MA Application for  Certification Green Sanctuary
 
Green Sanctuary <ul><li>Worship and Celebration </li></ul><ul><li>Religious Education </li></ul><ul><li>Environmental Just...
Worship and Celebration
Rev. Ann Fox      
Sermon Topics 2005: Spiritual Materialism A Wholesome Christmas   2006: The Ethics of Water Caring for the “Body” of God S...
Sermon Topics 2007: Water Conservation The Greatest Story  Simplifying Christmas   2008: “ New Insights…”    “ Sustainable...
Sermon Topics   2009: “ Natural Abundance” “ Living Water” “ Simple Gifts” “ Befriending the Earth” 350.org
350.org Celebration  International Day of Climate Change
Guest Ministers   Kevin Carson-   Providence First UU Rev. Bob Murphy- Falmouth UU Rev. Dan Harper- New Bedford UU
Searching for Global Warming’s Silver Lining  Sally Beth Shore
Jim Scott Worship Service
David Korten Lecture
Winter Solstice Celebration
Green Candle
Winter Service in Parish House
Religious Education <ul><li>  </li></ul>
Religious Education Curriculum
Planting the Garden
Garden in the summer
Worm Composting
Rain Barrel
Visit to Local Farm
 
Hatching  Eggs
Harvest Sunflower Seeds
Earth Eve Parade AHA Night!
 
 
Adult Religious Education
Composting Workshop
Sustainable Film Series
Book Discussion Groups
Northwest Earth Institute Courses
Community Garden “ Share a Row”
Community Garden
 
Environmental Justice
Adopt a Shoreline
Beach Cleanup
Fair Trade Coffee Sold and Served
Eco/Energy Fair
Eco/Energy Fair
Bioneers by the Bay Van Jones
Share the Plate
Alternative Gift Fair
GREENING YOUR SACRED SPACE Sharing ideas for creating sustainable Churches, synagogues, mosques   WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 7 – 8:3...
Greening your Sacred Space
Sustainable Living
Light Bulb CFL Replacement
Low Flow Toilets
Green Cleaning Products
Green Cleaning Products
Coffee Hour
Recycle and Compost
New Energy Efficient  Gas Furnace
Recycled Office Paper
Spring Plant Swap
CSA Community Supported Agriculture
Newsletter Emailed
Magazine Swap
Green Sanctuary Info Table
Green Lawn Care
Bike to Church and Compost Bins
 
  Global Warming?
Sustainability:  meeting the needs of the present without sacrificing the capacity of   f uture generations to meet their ...
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  1. 1. Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven, MA Application for Certification Green Sanctuary
  2. 3. Green Sanctuary <ul><li>Worship and Celebration </li></ul><ul><li>Religious Education </li></ul><ul><li>Environmental Justice </li></ul><ul><li>Sustainable Living </li></ul>
  3. 4. Worship and Celebration
  4. 5. Rev. Ann Fox      
  5. 6. Sermon Topics 2005: Spiritual Materialism A Wholesome Christmas   2006: The Ethics of Water Caring for the “Body” of God Simplicity vs. Culture      
  6. 7. Sermon Topics 2007: Water Conservation The Greatest Story Simplifying Christmas   2008: “ New Insights…”   “ Sustainable Living&quot; Spiritual Ecology  
  7. 8. Sermon Topics   2009: “ Natural Abundance” “ Living Water” “ Simple Gifts” “ Befriending the Earth” 350.org
  8. 9. 350.org Celebration International Day of Climate Change
  9. 10. Guest Ministers Kevin Carson- Providence First UU Rev. Bob Murphy- Falmouth UU Rev. Dan Harper- New Bedford UU
  10. 11. Searching for Global Warming’s Silver Lining Sally Beth Shore
  11. 12. Jim Scott Worship Service
  12. 13. David Korten Lecture
  13. 14. Winter Solstice Celebration
  14. 15. Green Candle
  15. 16. Winter Service in Parish House
  16. 17. Religious Education <ul><li>  </li></ul>
  17. 18. Religious Education Curriculum
  18. 19. Planting the Garden
  19. 20. Garden in the summer
  20. 21. Worm Composting
  21. 22. Rain Barrel
  22. 23. Visit to Local Farm
  23. 25. Hatching  Eggs
  24. 26. Harvest Sunflower Seeds
  25. 27. Earth Eve Parade AHA Night!
  26. 30. Adult Religious Education
  27. 31. Composting Workshop
  28. 32. Sustainable Film Series
  29. 33. Book Discussion Groups
  30. 34. Northwest Earth Institute Courses
  31. 35. Community Garden “ Share a Row”
  32. 36. Community Garden
  33. 38. Environmental Justice
  34. 39. Adopt a Shoreline
  35. 40. Beach Cleanup
  36. 41. Fair Trade Coffee Sold and Served
  37. 42. Eco/Energy Fair
  38. 43. Eco/Energy Fair
  39. 44. Bioneers by the Bay Van Jones
  40. 45. Share the Plate
  41. 46. Alternative Gift Fair
  42. 47. GREENING YOUR SACRED SPACE Sharing ideas for creating sustainable Churches, synagogues, mosques   WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 7 – 8:30 pm Unitarian Memorial  Church 102 Green Street, Fairhaven   Gather with representatives from other faiths in the greater New Bedford area to share ideas for how to make your place of meeting and worship more “green”.   The Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven will share their process and activities towards certification as a Green Sanctuary of the UUA.   Co-hosted by the New Bedford Interchurch Council Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven Smith Neck Friends Meeting
  43. 48. Greening your Sacred Space
  44. 49. Sustainable Living
  45. 50. Light Bulb CFL Replacement
  46. 51. Low Flow Toilets
  47. 52. Green Cleaning Products
  48. 53. Green Cleaning Products
  49. 54. Coffee Hour
  50. 55. Recycle and Compost
  51. 56. New Energy Efficient  Gas Furnace
  52. 57. Recycled Office Paper
  53. 58. Spring Plant Swap
  54. 59. CSA Community Supported Agriculture
  55. 60. Newsletter Emailed
  56. 61. Magazine Swap
  57. 62. Green Sanctuary Info Table
  58. 63. Green Lawn Care
  59. 64. Bike to Church and Compost Bins
  60. 66.   Global Warming?
  61. 67. Sustainability: meeting the needs of the present without sacrificing the capacity of f uture generations to meet their own needs, and doing so with equal attention to social and environmental justice.
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