The bi-diocesan Creation Care Task Force invites parish leaders to learn about opportunities to care for creation and reduce energy costs through the installation of rooftop solar panels.
Solar Faithful, a new 501c3 nonprofit, is a collaboration of the Climate Witness Project, Michigan Interfaith Power and Light, the original Solar Faithful (an informal group from the southeast side of the state), a solar developer (Chart House Energy), and an impact investor (SunWealth).
Solar Faithful makes it possible for congregations and faith-based nonprofits of all faith traditions, ethnic/racial groups, and income levels to participate in the just energy transition by installing solar panels at no cost to these organizations, while reducing their monthly electric bills. Their goal is that 50% of our participants will be either Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), faith groups other than Christian, and/or low income.
Learn how your parish can move to clean, healthy, solar power with no investment. Our conversation will be led by the officers of Solar Faithful: Jennifer Young (MIPL), Rob Rafson (CHE), and Steve Mulder (CWP, member of St. Mark’s, Grand Rapids and our Bi-Diocesan Creation Care Task Force).
Our one-hour Zoom webinar will include time for Q&A and will be recorded for later viewing.
Questions about this event? Please contact Canon Katie Forsyth at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
There is no cost to attend the Solar Faithful Webinar, hosted by the Bi-Diocesan Creation Care Task Force. Please RSVP to receive your Zoom access information.