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Solar Panels at Resurrection

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Our church is "powered by GOD" in more ways than one.

In 2016, the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection was awarded a grant from Rocky Mountain Power, which paid for 60% of the cost of our 27 kW solar array and its installation. Now, our light shines not only within our own congregation but also within our community, county, diocese, and the state of Utah. We generate our own electrical power whenever the sun shines. And, in our desert home, the sun shines most of the time.

We are demonstrating to our community that we are living our values as a Christian congregation as we "strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth" -- one of the Five Marks of Mission of the Episcopal Church. This solar installation also significantly reduces our electrical bills. We are partnering with the local community and schools by inviting them to see our project and learn how it works. As we witness the power of the sun, our church is "powered by GOD" in more ways than one.

This project was made possible with funding from Rocky Mountain Power's Blue Sky program customers and members of this congregation.

Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky page about our project.

Solar Production Data

You are invited and encouraged to access real-time energy production data from our solar array: Sunny Portal PV System profile | Sunny Portal PV System power


Local Church Turns to Solar Energy Jenniffer Wardell, The Davis Clipper

'Power by God' Celebrated at Centerville Church's Solar Panel Open House Janae Francis, Standard-Examiner

Centerville Church Taps Power of the Sun to do more Good on Earth David Noyce, The Salt Lake Tribune

Blessings and Power Flow from ECOR's Solar Panels The Episcopal Diocese of Utah


Rev. Lyn Zill Briggs and congregants of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection welcomed the Right Reverend Scott B. Hayashi to bless our solar array on May 14, 2016. Along with local community leaders, representatives from Rocky Mountain Power, and Intermountain Wind and Solar, Bishop Hayashi joined in the celebration to mark the occasion of the newly "powered by God" Church of the Resurrection.

Bishop Hayashi helps wecome the community

Rev. Lyn Zill Briggs dedicates the panels and leads us in prayer

Bishop Hayashi leads us in prayer

Bishop Hayashi blesses array

Centerville Mayor Paul Cutler

Church of the Resurrection Choir singing

the solar banner and panels


the group

Sign explaining the project