LINKS

Making Connections: 
Connect with Lutherans Restoring Creation on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter (@LRCreation)
Read the "Creation Corner" column" on the Lutherans Restoring Creation Blog

Partners:
Web of Creation: A variety of liturgical, congregational, and interfaith resources for greening congregations
 
Bible and Ecology:
www.bibleandecology.org

Let All Creation Praise:    
www.letallcreationpraise.org

Other Environmental Organizations:
  
Humane Society US Faith Outreach Program: animal protection ministry resources for churches, with a library of statements from various faith groups about our treatment of animals, including statements by the ELCA.
http://www.humanesociety.org/about/departments/faith/
 
Blog on Eco-Preaching. Visit and contribute to the conversation on eco-justice preaching at this blog sponsored by Leah Schade, PA Lutheran Pastor and student at the Lutheran Seminary at Philadelphia working on eco-feminist preaching: http://ecopreacher.blogspot.com
 
Blacks in Green: works to build sustainable communities based on principles of local economy and environmental justice for communities of color. 
 
Faith in Place: an interfaith organization seeking to help faith communities foster creation care and advocacy for ecological justice.
www.faithinplace.org

Earth Ministry: a non-profit organization committed to engaging the Christian community in environmental stewardship.
www.earthministry.org

Creation Justice Ministries: formerly National Council of Churches Eco-Justice programs
http://www.creationjustice.org/

Annotated Links to Sites from Other Denominations:
This information can help us to know what other church groups are doing and perhaps foster a local capacity to create ecumenical clusters of congregations engaged in Earth care. Click here for list.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
'Living Earth" Reflections from the ELCA Advocacy Office: View back issues of the monthly Living Earth environmental reflection series from the ELCA Advocacy Office and the 2009 Lenten e-mail series, Joining the Hymn of All Creation. You can also subscribe to receive these reflections by email.