A variety of events are listed in our community calendar below (local to global, in-person and virtual). See our Connections Calls page for recordings of past conversations and support material.
NOTE: Times listed in header are in the time zone where the event originates. Check details and links for details.
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Join us as we welcome Avery Davis Lamb (Creation Justice Ministries) to speak about the Faithful Resilience resources and hear voices from Lutheran Disaster Response. Register Now to get the Zoom link and submit questions. Contact us if you have Good Green News to share as we meet the challenges of a changing climate together.
The Lead-Free Superhero will be sharing his story with us! - Register now: click - We are honored to have Aiden and Deanna Branch share their experience growing the Coalition on Lead Emergency with their church community. Hear their witness at the White House earlier this year: January 27, 2023. Their voices are part of the
Join us as we learn from the work happening as part of the NorthEast Minnesota EcoFaith Network! Rachel Wyffels, the Communication Coordinator of the Northeastern Minnesota EcoFaith Network, will share inspiration and resources regarding their team's exciting new initiatives. We will break into groups during the second half of the hour to encourage one another
During our last Connections Call in April we considered goals and challenges for our work past Earth Day and the the topic of "trying not to shame" people came up a few times. We have reached out to several Pastors who will join us in conversation share their perspectives and experiences on this complicated topic.
The climate change is a tangled problem and responding to it is an issue of economics and physics, politics and infrastructure. It is also a deeply human problem, working on the scale of culture and interpersonal relationships, personal practices and communal action. It highlights some of the deepest injustices in our society and overwhelms individuals
Rev. Matthew Zemanick, Program Director, Lutheran Disaster Response Initiatives will be joining us to consider all the ways we can "lend a hand" before, during, and after a natural disaster. The work of educating our communities and and getting to know the people and resources in them are critical aspects of disaster preparedness - and
For several months, a fearless and friendly cohort of ELCA churches have gathered as they navigate various ways to measure, monitor and reduce energy usage in their congregations. We will hear from them and others who work in the field to highlight some trusted resources and encourage continued success. Find out more about this team
Connections Call - November 28th -- 8pm ET/7 CT/6 MT/ 5 PT /4 AK Reflections and Reverberations from the ELCA's Young Adult Climate Action Summit We are lucky to hear from some of the attendees of this October's gathering where young adults learned about the ELCA's social teachings on care for creation and considered their