Buy a low energy light bulb
This is another one that isn't too challenging. Privet Drive has low energy bulbs in every single standard fitting we own. since we've been using these for ages now. Sadly, I've totally failed to persuade the PCC that this is a route they should take in the church itself. With nearly every window in St M's being stained glass, it can be horribly dark during the winter months, and, since it is, thank God, an open church, it would be lovely to be able to leave lights on all day without too much guilt. However, embracing a green agenda still seems to be a bridge too far for the PCC. I hassle them about it fairly relentlessly, - now that we have a ramp I can stop shouting about accessibility and concentrate on this.
Today's "Praying Together in Lent" highlighted this theme, picking up the idea of conspicuous consumption in the story of Dives and Lazarus as it appears in The Message. Lots to think about as I plot my campaign to paint Charlton Kings green.