In this call (click here), Kim Acker (Grace Lutheran in Palo Alto, CA) shares her experiences with civil disobedience and how she’s found hope in learning about how the ground (soil specifically) is a climate solution right under our feet! Join our monthly call to hear from “Green Shepherds”* across the country on a varietyRead More →

In this call (click here) we hear about what “From the Bible to the Frontlines” might mean to us and how our faith influences our voice in the world (and vice versa). Join our monthly call to hear from “Green Shepherds”* across the country on a variety of topics.  Be sure to join our GoodRead More →

In this call (click here) we hear from people involved in the Sunrise Movement and some reflections on the Green New Deal. Join our monthly call to hear from “Green Shepherds”* across the country on a variety of topics.  Be sure to join our Good Green News email list to get the call-in details (addRead More →

Connect with other caring for creation Lutherans by joining one of our monthly Connections Calls, sharing your stories in our Good Green News (be sure to sign up to and make sure we are in your address book), asking your council to sign a “Covenant with Creation,” sharing about your work at your next synodRead More →

In 2023, we were able to grow in our work through multiple expressions of our church life together: Launched the Creation Care Network ELCA hub in partnership with various ministries Gratefully welcomed Gabrielle Irle as Outreach Coordinator through the Young Adult Vocational Fellowship program Fostered working groups who are passionately ensuring intentions of ELCA Statements/MemorialsRead More →

Visual Map: What is a Green Shepherd? Click here. Or… if you prefer words: What is a Synod-wide LRC Liaison? As a Synod-wide LRC Liaison, you are the point person for communication between Lutherans Restoring Creation (LRC), Advocacy and Stewardship outreach from the Evangelical Church in America (ELCA), your local ELCA synod staff and anyRead More →

We are a network of truly engaged volunteers and act as a hub of information. We need your help to encourage others by knowing what you have done. We also need your financial support since we operate independently from the ELCA as a small, independent non-profit. With a humble budget we can make your contributionRead More →