FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Lutherans Restoring Creation Board Votes to become a Membership Organization Contact: Phoebe Morad, Friday February 22, 2019 On February 21, 2019 the Board of Lutherans Restoring Creation (LRC) voted unanimously to become a membership organization.  “This is a way for LRC to strengthen its grassroots effectiveness,” saidRead More →

I was certainly the only person in my UMass Boston cohort of Senate-aspiring public policy classmates to research a church as the focus of my capstone project in 2006.  As an environmentalist growing up in the Lutheran church, I had always been frustrated by the assumption that I was aRead More →

As professor of New Testament at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, she loves to teach and preach about the Bible, including the Bible’s role in public life. An avid environmentalist, Rossing is involved with environmental initiatives at the seminary. She served as pastor of a congregation in Minnesota,Read More →

Ruth is ELCA’s Program Director for Environment and Energy.  She has had careers in chemical engineering, as a corporate legal counsel, and brings legal specialties including environmental law and climate change. She is married to Chuck Moore.  They have two children and two grandchildren.  She enjoys travelling; spending time with family andRead More →

Jim has worked for both regional and national public accounting firms and was certified by the Massachusetts Board of Accountancy in April of 1989. Jim has also worked in the private sector as an Accounting Manager and as a Controller. With over thirty years of experience he brings a wealthRead More →

I’m a progressive attorney spending most of my time ensuring that workers who’ve been taken advantage of by their employers receive fair compensation. I also have extensive experience as an organizer, having played a leading role in organizing NYC protests against the Keystone XL Pipeline, and in organizing the faithRead More →