Sunday, June 29 at 11:15 a.m., Christ Church is hosting a home energy workshop conducted by the Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP—a non-profit organization which helps homeowners save energy), and Interfaith Power & Light (a national religious group responding to global warming by promoting energy conservation and efficiency, as well as renewable energy). This workshop is free and open to the public.
Learn how electricity is produced, and practical steps to conserve energy at home. As a result, reduce your carbon footprint, help create green jobs, and quite probably conserve your own financial resources.
The Christ Church Environmental Stewardship Committee proposed the workshop to further the goal of helping to develop each person’s ability to be a good steward of God’s creation and to see how one’s actions may have an impact on the world.
Historic Christ Church is a historic church with an active congregation. Located at 118 N. Washington St. in Alexandria, VA, Christ Church is home to 2,400 parishioners and provides ministry to communities local and global. The parish home of George Washington and many other government and legislative leaders since, Historic Christ Church has long been at the center of the religious and public life of the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. Nearly all the Presidents have attended Christ Church during their term of office. Other visitors include British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Senator Elizabeth Dole, former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey, Rosa Parks, Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Togo West, former Chief of Staff of the Army Gordon Sullivan, former White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen, and former Assistant Secretary of State Hodding Carter.