The Green Sanctuary Committee is dedicated to creating a religious community that has a fundamental commitment to living in harmony with the Earth. We do this by planning monthly events for our congregation and the community that focus on the environment through a combination of … read more.
Category: Green Sanctuary
The happy hikers! Photo by Penny and Mark Hooper who are not in the picture
The morning of Friday, June 18, 2021 was a picture-perfect, almost-summer day at the Crystal Coast, featuring a clear sky, moderate temperatures, low humidity, and a light breeze off the … read more.
On Saturday, June 5th, twelve members and friends from UCF took part in a beach cleanup at Ft. Macon State Park to participate in World Ocean Day. The cleanup was sponsored by the Green Sanctuary and Social Action Committees and Carteret Big Sweep. Many thanks … read more.
Those who live on the coast love our beautiful beaches and waterways. It’s always heartbreaking to see our shorelines littered with trash, especially plastic and Styrofoam debris. Members of UCF often participate in events such as the Carteret County Trash Trawl that took place April … read more.
Have you heard about Arcadia? It’s a great way to help save the planet. Arcadia is a nationwide program that directs your local energy provider – such as Duke Progress Energy – to use renewable energy for 100% of the electricity supplied to your home. For our … read more.
UCF’s Green Sanctuary and Adult RE Committees sponsored a nature hike, led by botanist and UCF member Tom Wentworth on Saturday, April 17, 2021. The hike took place on the Elliott Coues Nature Trail at Fort Macon State Park in Atlantic Beach. This is a … read more.