Boston Interfaith Community Solar Celebration - Saturday, November 19, 3-5 pm

  • 19 Nov 2016
Boston Interfaith Community Solar Celebration - Saturday, November 19, 3-5 pm
Event Description

Boston Interfaith Community Solar Celebration
Saturday, November 19 3-5 pm

Second Church In Dorchester
44 Moultrie Street Boston
Boston, MA 02124

Join Second Church in Dorchester, Bethel AME, and Church of St. Augustine and St. Martin to celebrate the progress to bring solar to houses of worship. You will hear from clergy, lay leaders, and State Representatives about the important role community solar can play in the just transition to renewable energy. There will be music, cake, and an opportunity to meet neighboring congregations.

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