“African-American Clergy Seek To Bridge ‘Green’ Gap In Congregations” (HuffPost)

March 2, 2014

“(RNS) At Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, members and neighbors buy fruits and vegetables from a black farmers market and work in an organic garden named after botanist George Washington Carver.

They recycle their church bulletins, plan to renovate their building with ‘green’ roof and have purchased 27 acres for a community project that will include an urban farm.

‘By any greens necessary,’ the Rev. Otis Moss III, the church’s pastor, likes to say.”

Read more of this article by Adelle M. Banks here.

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