Thomas Stuckey of West Unity, Ohio, has been appointed interim executive director of Mennonite Education Agency (MEA). He is expected to serve for approximately a […]
Reed Burkholder, left, and John Wargo, right, with their electric cars in front of a church member’s house with solar panels. This is also the home where the Creation Care Small Group meets. Photo provided.
A small group at Hyde Park Mennonite Fellowship in Boise, Idaho, meets weekly to nudge church members towards becoming “energy saints.”
This involves ongoing conversations about creation care and the use of energy and resources. Becoming an energy saint means “we are actively working to reduce our energy consumption,” said Lauresta Welty on Nov. 13.
The group began studying Creation Care Network’s curriculum, “Every Creature Singing: Embracing the Good News for Planet Earth” last summer.
Then in October the group made a video slideshow to share its story on YouTube. Roger Piper-Ruth wrote the song for the video and Lauresta and Justin Welty produced it.
The photos that go with the song in this video show the specific things members have been doing to try to become energy saints.
The Mennonite, Inc., is currently reviewing its Comments Policy. During this review, commenting on new articles is disabled. Comments that were previously approved will still appear. Comments on older articles can continue to be submitted for review in accordance with the policy below. To promote constructive dialogue, the editors of The Mennonite moderate all comments and comments don’t appear until approved. Anonymous comments are not accepted. Writers must sign posts or log into Disqus with their first and last name. Read our full Comments Policy.