Green Team

Mission Statement

To reveal the connection of our congregation and community to God’s presence in the natural world, by fostering a culture of environmental reflection, engagement and stewardship

Upcoming Events

  • Reversing Global Warming: Project Drawdown. The goal of Project Drawdown is to identify, measure and model the 100 most impactful, substantive solutions to global warming that either reduce emissions or remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. This program informs about these solutions and engages the participant in actions that they feel they can take right now in their own life. Five 2 hour sessions from 2 to 4 p.m.: January 19, February 2, February 9, February 16, March 2. Learn More & Register.

Eco Tip of the Month

Food Tip
Worldwide meat production releases more greenhouse gas emissions than the entire transportation sector combined (Source: UN Environment Program). Start small by eliminating meat one day per week, or challenge yourself by taking a week-long vegetarian pledge.

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RSS Meatless Monday Recipes

  • Persimmon Cranberry Bread
    This brown sugar persimmon bread is seasoned warmly with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves with a few tangy cranberries thrown in to excite the palate. This breakfast bread can serve double duty as dessert because it goes equally well with ice cream and coffee The post Persimmon Cranberry Bread appeared first on Meatless Monday.
  • Red Pepper Pesto Pâté
    Lemony white beans, red pepper with feta and a parsley pine nut pesto are layered to create this vibrant spread with flavors as bright as its looks. Bring this veggie pâté to your next potluck and serve with baguette rounds or pita bread.
  • Asian Tofu Wraps
    Tofu is pressed, seasoned and baked in the oven to complement the crisp Boston bibb lettuce in these hearty tortilla wraps. This tasty fusion lunch presents Asian flavors of garlic, fresh ginger and scallions in a whole grain burrito package The post Asian Tofu Wraps appeared first on Meatless Monday.
  • Quinoa, Mango, Jicama Salad
    This recipe comes to us from Chef Ronaldo Linares and is featured in his cookbook Chef Ronaldo’s Sabores de Cuba: Diabetes-Friendly Traditional and Nueva Cubano Cuisine. Chef Ronaldo says this about the recipe: “You get a great balance of protein, fat, and carbs in this tasty recipe. Being a mango The post Quinoa, Mango, Jicama Salad […]
  • Banana Maple Oatmeal
    Hot stewed oats and raisins with the Winter flavors of molasses, ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon. This crowd pleaser will keep you cozy even on the coldest of mornings. The post Banana Maple Oatmeal appeared first on Meatless Monday.
  • Corn-Stuffed Zucchini
    Zucchini stuffed with corn is a delicious and healthy combination. This recipe is low in sodium, which helps keep blood pressure control in check, providing less stress on the kidneys. It is also low in saturated and total fat, helping blood vessels supply necessary oxygen and nutrients to the heart and kidneys. This recipe comes […]
  • Ginger Orzo Brussels Sprouts Salad
    Butternut squash, chickpeas and shallots are seasoned with cinnamon, honey and nutmeg and roasted in the oven. A sharp vinaigrette of ginger, walnuts and Dijon mustard dresses the sweetly roasted vegetables and orzo pasta The post Ginger Orzo Brussels Sprouts Salad appeared first on Meatless Monday.
  • Arugula Fig Almond Salad
    Sweet figs, tangy feta and spicy arugula don’t need much help to shine in this salad celebrating fall’s bounty. A simple balsamic vinaigrette seasons the greens, while almonds add an earthy crunch The post Arugula Fig Almond Salad appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Photo Galleries

Children’s Pollinator Garden
NJ Farmers Against Hunger Event
Meatless Monday Potluck Dinner

Sunday Worship

Communion Services 8:30am & 11am
Sunday School & Adult Forum 9:45am

 

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