Last Sunday 72 CMUC-ers took part in the national Faith Commuter Challenge, walking/busing/biking/carpooling/scooting a total of 462km to get to and from worship.
Compared to everyone driving solo, we as a congregation saved 35L of fuel from being burned, and kept nearly 70Kg of Co2 from being released into the atmosphere.
Plus, for what it’s worth, we burned 8871 calories. While getting outside and connecting with others on a beautiful sunny morning.
You can read blog posts from other Faith Commuter Challenge sites on the Greening Sacred Spaces blog. Including this great post from our local friends at Salal + Cedar Watershed Discipleship about the Bike Blessing they hosted at Christ Church Cathedral.
Keep up the good, green, efforts.