St. Peter's Episcopal Church, in Medford, New Jersey, is generating a lot of energy in its community…literally. The church just recently unveiled a new, 50,000-watt solar panel system atop the roof of its building. Reportedly, the system will come to generate about 80 percent of the power needs of the parish. According to the Rev. Canon Donald J. Muller, St. Paul's rector, the idea for the switch to solar power arose out of the church's annual meeting two years ago.
New York Theological Seminary continues to be an institution dedicated to discussing and exploring environmental ethics through the medium of faith.