From Sarah Hodgdon, Treehugger
Last week, Ray Wilson was thrilled to talk up his church’s work. To be more exact, he was excited to talk about his church’s work on the roof.
Ray is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis, which installed solar panels recently, and he spoke about the benefits of going green at the “Indy Clean Energy Showcase” last week.
“My faith guides me to be a steward of the Earth,” says Ray, who’s also very active in the local Indianapolis Beyond Coal campaign to retire the Harding Street coal plant.
“One of our church’s guiding principles is to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Yet we know that what comes out of the chimneys at the Harding Street coal plant causes harm to the families who live in our city, as well as to our surrounding environment and ecosystems.”
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