Making the Connection Between Ecology and Theology for all Faith Traditions.

Programs

Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light is engaged in it’s mission through a variety of programs which promote stewardship of our planet through education, outreach, services and advocacy.

Our programs are designed to offer opportunities for direct action to our members through a variety of issues.  We believe that by addressing the need for sustainability in all areas of our society we can better serve those who are most effected by our energy use.

Screen Shot 2013-06-17 at 5.18.13 PMHealthy Future for Our Kids

The Healthy Future for Our Kids program raises awareness about the negative consequences of fossil fuel energy on our children’s health by educating and committing to action communities across Kentucky that are impacted by the use and procurement of fossil fuels.

 

 

 

 

 

KIPL GSSPGreen Sheep

Kentucky IPL offers a series of presentations, discussions and workshops designed to help your congregation “go green”, with a focus on supporting your creation care programs and other environmental awareness initiatives.

 

 

 

Glean Together!Harvesting Hands

Addressing both food waste and food justice, Harvesting Hands conserves fossil fuel resources by preventing waste in our food system and delivering fresh, healthy and local produce to our neighbors in need.

 

 

GWL logoGreening West Louisville

The Greening West Louisville Program empowers congregations in West Louisville to reduce their energy costs and care for God’s creation by providing free energy audits and energy consulting services.

 

 

OEN PerformanceOurEarthNow

OurEarthNow is a group of young adults which aims to promote awareness among society, particularly youth, and energize a movement to enact social change and environmental change through collective empowerment and action.

 

 

 

Cool CongCool Congregations

Cool Congregations is a stewardship program designed to help congregations engage their members in caring for Creation by reducing their individual greenhouse gas emissions.