NewsDo you use Facebook, Instagram or X? On August 29, September 5, 12 and 19 share our posts.

The letter you signed August 20 will soon be on its way to the board members of Duke Energy.  Now it’s time to draw more attention to Duke Energy on our social media.  If you use Facebook, Instagram or X, we need your help.

How can I help?

On these Tuesdays, CUCC will post photos and messages on our social media encouraging Duke Energy to move quickly toward net zero CO2e: August 29, September 5, 12 & 19.  This is a positive campaign, and our message is to encourage Duke Energy to build on what they are already doing to reduce the carbon footprint of our electricity – just faster and all the way to net zero!

Would you please share our posts with your own message OR create your own message?

  • Be positive in your message
  • Include @DukeEnergy so they will see your message
  • Mention something you have done at home to reduce your use of gas or electricity or say why getting to net zero matters to you
  • Invite your friends to do the same

Why can’t I just “like” CUCC’s message?

We are asking you to share / retweet our message or create your own message because “liking” our post won’t be picked up by their social media mentions monitors. We want them to see your message.  Adding @DukeEnergy will get your message noticed automatically.

Maybe I’ll add a reminder to my calendar

What a great idea!  Thanks for helping Justice in a Changing Climate with this project designed to help us meet our goals in CUCC’s Carbon Covenant for Our Buildings.  After all, we can’t reach net zero if Duke doesn’t!

How can I find CUCC on social media?

Facebook  or search for Community United Church of Christ (There is another church by the same name in California, so check the location to be sure you have found us.)

Instagram or search for raleighCUCC

X (formerly known as Twitter)  or search for @RaleighCUCC

After you have found our page, why not “like” or “follow” us and enjoy our daily posts of inspiration, scripture, and photos?

For more information about this project, talk with Jane Smith