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Ecofaith: Creating and Sustaining Green Congregations

by Charlene Hosenfeld. Pilgrim Press, 2009.

This book offers a unique perspective on how a sustainable lifestyle can positively impact our personal, psychological and spiritual well-being, and offers tips on how to be more eco-friendly.

Offerings

theological perspectives, spiritual well-being, sustainable habits

Best For

clergy, lay leaders, small groups, and congregants from any faith tradition

Cost

purchase as a book

Suggested Uses

  • Be inspired and learn how to practice eco-friendly habits by reading this book in a small group discussion setting.

About the Contributor
Contributor
Beth Booram

Beth Booram is the co-founder and director of Fall Creek Abbey, an urban retreat center in Indianapolis dedicated to “renewing the contemplative spirit.” In addition, she is a trained spiritual director and author of several books including When Faith Becomes Sight. Beth worked for five years on contract as a resource consultant with the Center for Congregations. 

 

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