Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light is looking for nominations for their 2014 Kippie awards to be presented at our annual dinner on May 22.  Do you know a faith based community that should be recognized for caring for God’s creation? 
 
There are many ways to care for creation such as making energy efficiency changes in the community building(s), educating members or the public about creation care, or advocating for systemic change, just to name a few.  Please let us know who you think is caring for God’s creation in Kentucky by emailing Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light at info@kentuckyipl.org with the name of the congregation, and contact information or submit the information here   
The deadline for nominations is April 19.

Questions should be addressed to: 
Phyllis Fitzgerald
Chair, Nominations Committee
KY Interfaith Power & Light

 

2011 Award received by Green Chalice's Rev. Carol DevineKCC award (a recycled one!)Previous award winners include the Kentucky Council of Churches in 2010 and the Green Chalice program of the Christian Church Disciples of Christ in 2011.