Stony Point Center in Stony Point, New York will be hosting a two-day seminar entitled "Energy Stewardship for Congregations: A Practical Guide to Taking the Next Steps" on October 29-30. The conference is for faith communities and non-profits that want to do more to "conserve energy, lower costs, and care for creation."
The gathering will be facilitated by Nikki Coddington, writer and former Executive Director of New York Interfaith Power and Light, and Rick Ufford-Chase, Co-Director of Stony Point Center. In addition to workshops on various energy conservation and efficiency topics, there will be the chance to work in small groups around topics that interest participants. Participants will leave with specific and practical guidelines for taking next steps towards energy efficiency. Participants may choose to participate as commuters, or stay the night.