Seventh Day: Conserving Energy in Our Houses of Worship & Homes

The Seventh Day Congregations

These congregations have committed to reduce energy use in their faith buildings by 25% and to engage a third of their households to take measures that would lower the energy use of an average Hoosier household by at least a seventh. *ed congregations have achieved these goals. Here are some of their stories.

Beacon Heights Church of the Brethren, Fort Wayne

Bloomington Friends Meeting (Quaker), Bloomington

Congregation Beth Shalom (Jewish), Bloomington *

Cumberland First Baptist, Cumberland *

Downey Avenue Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Indianapolis

Englewood Christian Church (non-denominational, evangelical), Indianapolis *

First Presbyterian Church of Jeffersonville

First United Methodist Church of South Bend

Islamic Society of Michiana, South Bend

Kern Road Mennonite Church, South Bend *

New Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church (Progressive Baptist), Merrillville

Olivet African Methodist Episcopal Church, South Bend

Plymouth Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), Fort Wayne

Progressive Community Church, (independent Baptist), Gary

St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church, South Bend

St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Bloomington

Shaffer Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Muncie

Trinity Episcopal Church, Bloomington

Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Fort Wayne

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington *

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis *

Winchester Friends Church, Winchester

We welcome any congregation that wishes to become Seventh Day. If your congregation might be interested, please contact us.

The Seventh Day Initiative  l  l  (812) 339-7303