You've heard of energy saving light bulbs. But energy saving chandeliers?
Holy Trinity Church on Prince Consort Road, Kensington, recently replaced all 85 bulbs in their three chandeliers with energy saving light bulbs in an effort to go green.
The church's new Vicar-in-Charge, Liz Russell, who has been at the helm for a month said: "This is a starting point for a green campaign. We will lok at moving to a green electricity supplier once our current contract runs out."
The work was carried out by organist and director of music, Tim Roe. He explained the church hopes to the environment and money, as electricity prices are expected to treble over the next two years.
Eco-savy Mr Roe said: "Little interventions will make a huge difference."
The church plans to improve insulation by lagging the roof, the outside doors and will also upgrade the heating system.
Energy saving light bulbs are often criticised for poor quality of light. But Mr Roe said the bulbs give a warmer colour and reflect "beautifully" off the church's stone work.
Mr Roe said: "We have had very complementary feedback from the congregation."