Go Green

Interfaith Power & Light (MD•DC•NoVA) helps congregations go green, by supporting them in saving energy, re-bidding their electricity contracts, purchasing clean power, and shifting other aspects of their institutional purchasing and practices to minimize environmental impact.

Year of the Green Sheep

Explore our programs to build a bigger, stronger, more organized and inspired community among our green leaders!

Going Solar

Learn from our resources and experience in helping congregations go solar.

Support Clean Power

Join with hundreds of congregations and residents in the Community Power Programs to secure lower rates for 100% clean energy.

Save Energy at Home

Bring a Home Energy Workshop to your congregation and together, learn ways to reduce energy consumption at home.

Save Energy in Your Congregation

Order our unique multi-faith light switch reminders to remind your congregation that turning the lights off is an act of stewardship! Check out other resources to save energy in your congregation.

Green Congregation Guides

Check out these guides to greening congregations, developed in a diversity of religious traditions and denominations. Many of these programs are applicable to any congregation.

Congregational Gardening

Find resources to grow food at your congregation through our partnerships in Montgomery County and Baltimore.

Green Food Choices

Learn how to make greener food choices for yourself and your faith community.

Green Leaders’ Listserv

Join a lively online conversation among volunteers who are part of their congregations’ green teams in hundreds of congregations across Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia. Share resources and ideas, ask questions, and offer encouragement and moral support in the task of going green in our religious communities.
To join the listserv, email program@ipldmv.org.

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