The NDUMC Green Team is committed to helping our community be better stewards of this sacred earth. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Keaton Kramer here.


Our Green Team is growing and we are asking for your boots on the ground! Some of the projects we are considering working on are as follows:

LED Makeover for Church Lighting

Creation Care Education (child/adult)

Celebrating Nature in Community (hike/camp/garden/prayer)

Healthy Meals in Community

Electrification (HVAC/Solar)


Sustainable Practices in Church/Home

Collective Action Campaigns (justice, river cleanup, policy)

Contact Keaton for more info or questions!


September 17th -World River Day

spots are going fast! If you have not reserved your spot yet, please register now. Exact addresses will be determined based on the location of trash and will be released prior to the event. For questions or more information please reply to this email.

October 14th - Dekalb Green New Deal Summit

Join Commissioner Terry, the D6 Team, and other DeKalb Green New Deal Champions to learn about the steps the county has taken towards climate and be a part of the future for climate action. Taste a Productive Urban Landscape with Roots Down -Tour Sustainable Housing Cottages with MicroLife Institute -Imagine the Clean Energy Future with Southface Institute - Ride on an Electric Bus with MARTA - Retrofit Suburbia with Ellen Dunham-Jones and Georgia Tech Students. - See the Sunrise from Arabia Mountain with Arabia Alliance and DeKalb County Parks. Free early registration Sept 12th. More info Here.

October 15th - RayDay Save the Date

RayDay is an annual celebration that brings people together, encourages conversations and connections, and continues to spread the word about sustainability. It is a celebration of Ray Anderson's legacy. Imagine a one-day course on sustainable living, outdoors in a Serenbe country meadow with over 2,200 other classmates. It's tons of fun for the whole family, with great food and drink and more than 60 sustainability-focused learning booths, and much more. It was Ray Anderson’s tireless efforts to make this a better world for Tomorrow’s Child that inspired the creation of RayDay.