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I had the good fortune of visiting our congregation in Duluth, Minnesota a couple of weeks ago to do a workshop on youth ministry. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth has moved into a new building that is seriously green…both in color and in philosophy. And there’s a great article in the today’s Duluth News Tribune that tells you all about it: (“Duluth Congregation Builds Environmentally Friendly Church“). You’ll find a nifty slideshow there that shows some of the highlights of their green design.

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