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Green Church Case Study: Implementing Incremental Improvements in Sustainability
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  • Brian Gedlinske, University of Northern Iowa. Iowa Waste Reduction Center.
  • Bryant Campbell, University of Northern Iowa. Iowa Conservation Corps.
Document Type
Report
Abstract
Orchard Hill Church (OHC), a project of the Reformed Church in America denomination, is located in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Since gaining approval for establishment in 1961 and its initial groundbreaking in 1962, OHC has grown dramatically in attendance, staffing, and building additions. During a time when a vast majority of churches are seeing declining numbers and donations, OHC has been expanding by catering to people wanting to experience worship in an informal, contemporary style with relevant teachings targeted to growing Christians and their families. Sunday service attendees are greeted at the door, frequent OHC’s coffee shops, and enjoy contemporary live worship music as an integral part of Sunday’s teaching message. Total attendance for all Sunday services is approximately 1,600.
Department
Iowa Waste Reduction Center
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Orchard Hill Church, Cedar Falls, IA

Original Publication Date
5-1-2017
Repository
UNI ScholarWorks, University of Northern Iowa, Rod Library
Date Digital
2017
Copyright
©2017 Brian Gedlinske and Bryant Campbell
Language
EN
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Brian Gedlinske and Bryant Campbell. "Green Church Case Study: Implementing Incremental Improvements in Sustainability" (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brian-gedlinske/8/