Because you’d think that many churches — especially those located in more densely populated urban areas — would be on the front line of street grid reform. Some are.
Because social justice issues.
Because physical health along with the spiritual.
But hey, I’m just the village atheist.
HOW (AND WHY) TO MAKE YOUR CHURCH BIKE-FRIENDLY, by Sarah Joy Proppe (Strong Towns)
Spring has finally sprung! Suddenly our streets are filled with bikers emerging from their winter hibernation. All around the Twin Cities, Nice Ride Minnesota stations are popping up. I love that the bicycles are the same bold and vivid green of the tulips and daffodils pushing forth from the thawing earth this time of year. Next month is National Bike Month. To get in the spirit, I would like to suggest some easy ways for churches to be more bike friendly.