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Electric Vehicle Charging Sharing Platform uses Keeling Curve Prize Funding from Global Warming Mitigation Project to Expand Charging Locations in Chicago’s Urban Residential Neighborhoods: St. John’s Episcopal Church Installs First Charger
St. John’s Episcopal Church at 3857 N. Kostner Ave. Chicago, IL 60641
Chicago, IL – July 2, 2021 – EVmatch, the first electric vehicle (EV) charging platform for connecting EV drivers with nearby private chargers through a reservation-based system, has a new publicly-available [level 2] charging station located at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3857 N Kostner Ave in Chicago’s Old Irving Park neighborhood. As the charging station host, St. John’s listed its charger on EVmatch to make driving EVs easier for community members – whether it’s neighbors of Old Irving Park, many of whom rent or live in multi-family housing without a reliable place to charge, or other Chicagoans visiting the neighborhood in electric cars and needing a spot to charge up.
The installation was made possible with the experience and technical expertise of Chicago-based BIG CLEAN POWER, LLC, a worker collective incubated by Blacks in Green (BIG, NFP) and its affiliate Green Power Alliance to connect trade professionals to clean energy business deals. EV Match, St. John’s Episcopal Church, and the Community Charging Initiative are pleased to have partnered with BIG, Blacks in Green in identifying energy conscious contractors Arthur Burton of AMB Renewables and Wendell Terry of W. Terry Electric to perform the installation at St. John’s.
The full press release is available at this link.
About St. John’s Episcopal Church
An inclusive congregation committed to Christian worship and service to the community, St. John’s is a vibrant and diverse group of people of all ages, races, abilities, and identities, engaged in anti-racism and other transformative work. We offer three Sunday services, religious instruction for children, and adult and youth choirs. In addition to our annual Darwin Day celebration of science and religion, St. John’s offers a free series of concerts, sponsors a refugee family, hosts an Electric Vehicle Charger for parish and community use, and is actively working to identify, disrupt, and dismantle racism in our church and community. Established in 1883 in Old Irving Park, the church is located on Chicago’s northwest side, on the corner of Byron and Kostner. For more information visit our website at www.stjohnschicago.com.
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Children’s Holy Week Wednesday, March 31, 6:00 p.m. This year we will eat dinner together online with interactive stories about Holy Week. Join us on Zoom. Meeting ID: 836 9059 6525 Passcode: 3857
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Maundy Thursday, Thursday, April 1, 7:30 p.m. online and in person. Up to 25 people (masked) are invited to be present for this service, which will include communion. Please sign up here to come in person. The Holy Sacrament and will be reserved in the Memorial Garden. You are welcome to go there to pray anytime between 9 pm Thursday and 11 am on Good Friday. Join via Zoom Phone: 312.626.6799 Meeting ID: 833 4289 2337 Passcode: 3857
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Good Friday, April 2
12:00 p.m. In person (masked), walking the Stations of the Cross in the neighborhood. Meet in front of the church at 3857 N Kostner Ave.
7:30 p.m. Join via Zoom Phone: 312.626.6799 Meeting ID: 853 0196 9847 Passcode: 3857
Download the bulletin. Listen to the music in advance! Sermon Hymn, Offertory Hymn, Closing Hymn.
Easter Vigil, April 3
7:30 p.m. Join us in the garden for the lighting of the new fire, which will also be online. The remainder of the service will be online. Join via Zoom Phone: 312.626.6799 Meeting ID: 847 4317 3287 Passcode: 3857
Download the bulletin. Listen to the music in advance! Psalm, Hymn, Hymn, Hymn, Hymn, The Chord, Recessional, Postlude.
Easter Sunday, April 4
One new link for ALL Easter Sunday services. Join at any of these times. Phone: 312.626.6799 Meeting ID: 882 2966 1337 Passcode: 3857
Download the Easter bulletin. Listen to the music in advance! Prelude, Song of Praise, Psalm, Recessional, Postlude. Communion service music: Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation, Communion Hymn, Communion Hymn.
8:00 a.m. Worship online.
At 9:00 a.m. communion will be celebrated online and with up to 25 persons present for this 15 minute service. Please sign up here to come in person.
WHAT? AN EASTER EGG HUNT FOR THE KIDS? OF COURSE! Join us in the garden at 9:15 a.m. with an empty basket. Kids (wearing masks) will search for empty eggs to exchange for treats (candy, non-candy, peanut free options available!)
10:00 a.m. Worship online.
At 11:00 a.m. communion will be celebrated online and with up to 25 persons (masked) present for this 15 minute service. Please sign up here to come in person.
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