LRC is a grassroots movement promoting care for creation in the ELCA

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Closing the Circle - Composting at LSTC 



Two years ago, the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago took on an ambitious project, expanding its composting program to its refectory. [Read More]

Here Comes the Son: Christ and Trinity Lutheran Church Goes Solar


The idea of going solar began with an observation and a question. [Read More]

Caring for Creation: An Environmental Workshop for People of Faith 


Lutherans Restoring Creation of the Northwest Pennsylvania Synod held a workshop on September 13, 2014 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Erie, Pennsylvania. [Read More]





supporting eco-justice for the ELCA

NEW Job Announcements

The Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina seeks a half-time Director.  Application Deadline: January 30. More Information

Creation Justice Ministries seeks an Executive Director.  Application Deadline: March 16.  More Information



Why We Don't Act and How We Can

David Rhoads, LRC Director
Krost Symposium, September 17, 2014
Texas Lutheran University



UPCOMING EVENTS

 Rediscovering the Spiritual in God's Creation

March 10-13, 2015

Serafino McLaren Vale, South Australia

download brochure at the bottom of this page


Seizing an Alternative: 

Towards an Ecological Civilization

June 4-7, 2015

Pomona College, Claremont, CA

download flyer at the bottom of this page


2017 Observance of the 

Plans and proposals for an Eco-Reformation

RESOURCES

Books, Videos, Greening Congregation Guides, Climate Change and more 


 PLAN AHEAD

For worship planning year round, visit letallcreationpraise.org





CLIMATE CHANGE ADVOCACY

NEW Interfaith Power & Light Invites Congregations to join the
Valentine’s Weekend Preach-In on Global Warming   


For more actions you can take, news about how Lutherans are advocating for solutions, and educational resources on climate change, click here.

LRC RESOURCES FOR PREACHING

NEW EACH WEEK  The Common Lectionary
The Third Sunday after Epiphany in Year B (by Dennis Ormseth, 2015). "This Changes Everything": No Longer Business as Usual!

The Second Sunday after Epiphany in Year B (by Dennis Ormseth, 2015). Planting trees is symbol and expression of restoring creation.

The Baptism of Our Lord in Year B (by Dennis Ormseth). Jesus ushers in a new creation. In baptism, we experience new creation.



LRC PROFILE: 
Kaila Hochhalter, 
Youth Ministry Coordinator


I feel so blessed not only to be called by the Holy Spirit to serve as Pastor at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer and in the community of Fort Morgan, Brush, and Wiggins in Northern Colorado but also to have another calling to care for God’s creation . . . . [Read More]

[See additional LRC profiles]



BIBLE AND ECOLOGY RESOURCES Click here



   


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