Courier-Journal: Volunteer group weatherizes church buildings, promotes clean energy

Feb 6, 2013 | State Press Clips

Facing annual heat and electric bills of up to $38,000, Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church in Old Louisville is looking for almost any way to reduce energy costs. To that end, about a dozen volunteers recently spread out around the massive church on St. Catherine Street – which has a weekly attendance of about 127 – to caulk windows, cover panes with plastic, insulate doors and install energy efficient lighting. … The weatherization project on Martin Luther King Day was sponsored by Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light, a nonprofit group connecting “theology and ecology” …

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Martha Elson, (Louisville, Kentucky) Courier-Journal

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