Less Paper Less Ink
Yesterday I heard a report on the radio that you can save 30% on emaill ink costs if you use the Century Gothic font instead of Arial. However, Century Gothic line space is larger so you might not want to consider this for a bulletin or newsletter--then it is more paper.
What eco-friendly ideas are hot at your church? Our church is encouraging people to receive the bulletin by email and read it at home before Sunday. The order of worship for the 9:00 service goes back in the rack so the 10:30 service utilizes the same worship folder. Our newsletters also can come by email. Our missionary reports are now available on the church website and a few copies available for pickup instead of going in every mailbox.
Speaking of church mailboxes, here's a great tip we picked up from another church. We use "binder clips" for each name label on the mailboxes. When the order needs to change, just loosen the binder clips and move them to their new alphabetical location. Another eco-friendly idea.
Looking forward to you sharing your thoughts on using less resources.