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Charge it up- free of charge!  

After hearing Lutheran theologian Larry Rasmussen speak on the ethical imperatives related to climate change this past January, Pastor Annette made the decision to transition to an electric vehicle for her daily commute to Whidbey Island. The church council enthusiastically supported the installation of an EV charger in our parking lot last spring. The EV charger is now open to the public, and we are eager to make it available as a resource to the wider community.

For more information on electric vehicles, contact Pastor Annette or visit the Seattle Electric Vehicle Association at www.seva101.org.

There is no required fee to use the EV charger. However, donations towards cost of electricity are gratefully accepted at the church office.

Pastor Annette charging her Nissan Leaf.

Pastor Annette charging her Nissan Leaf.