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Group Helps Congregations Cut Back on Energy Use

Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light held a workshop on Sunday. The group travels the state teaching cost-saving tips and trick to area congregations. Helping some churches save as much as 40 percent on their electric bills each month, and organizers say those lower bills can make a big impact.
An Indiana organization is working to help Hoosier churches become more energy efficient.

Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light held a workshop on Sunday.
   
The group travels the state teaching cost-saving tips and trick to area congregations.
   
Helping some churches save as much as 40 percent on their electric bills each month, and organizers say those lower bills can make a big impact.

"Some people really care about saving money for their congregation so they can put it into Mission Mission Street more ministry, others just want to cut out ways as a matter of taking care of God's resources students and stewardship," said organizer Madi Hirschland.

One of the main ways to cut back is to install a programmable thermostat so you can monitor your building's temperature.
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