This past fall, Lutherans Restoring Creation helped facilitate an Ocean Leadership Training event at the New England Aquarium along with the aquarium’s educators and Creation Justice Ministries. We started as a group of strangers coming together with a common concern … Read more...
Vermont Lutheran Church partners with Interfaith Power & Light to Share the Various Ways to Revere Water:
In 2018, Vermont Interfaith Power and Light (VTIPL) joined with local organizations to create a model for watershed stewardship, based on the experience … Read more...
“Stirring the Waters: Faith, Science and Action!”
Pennsylvania – Tracey DePasquale, Interim-Director
LAMPa partnered with ELCA Global Mission and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg for two days of worship, service, learning and advocacy on April 17 and 18,
Educational materials for all ages, including Church Leaders Guide and Litany.
- Stewart, Benjamin M. “Stream, Flood and Spring: Water Renewing the Earth and the Church.” Living Lutheran, April 2016. (available online)
- Stewart, Benjamin M. “Water in Worship: The Ecology of Baptism.” Christian Century 128, no. 3 (F 2011): 22–25. (available
2016 Churchwide Assembly
ASSEMBLY ACTION CA16.05.24 To adopt Motion C.
WHEREAS, Holy Scripture reminds us that “the Holy Habitation of the Most High” includes “a river whose streams make glad the city of God,” and that “waters of the … Read more...
Why conserve water:
- Fresh water is a precious and scarce commodity in the world.
- Develop the habit of rationing water, because sustainable lifestyle requires it.
- Reduce carbon emissions by using less hot water.
- Lower energy use at water facilities plants.