The amazing Lutherans Restoring Creation Production Team,  lay members, and rostered leaders (all volunteers) have created another joyful online worship service to thank God for this good creation for Earth Day 2021! (See our Sept. 20, 2020 Worship here.)  Thanks especially to Bishop Elizabeth Eaton for sharing the message ofRead More →

One way to look at worship is to say that it is the place where we can express with the larger community the Christian life we have nurtured at home and work throughout the week. Another way to look at worship is to say that it is about reinstating ourRead More →

On May 19, 2015, LSTC Professors Kadi Billman, Barbara Rossing, and Vítor Westhelle, reflected on A Bishops’ Letter about Climate Change published by the Church of Sweden in 2014. The Rev. Dr. Antje Jackelén, archbishop of the Church of Sweden, concluded the session presented for the LSTC Board of DirectorsRead More →

The GreenFaith Fellowship Program is a wonderful, challenging 18-month program that prepares lay and ordained leaders from diverse religious traditions for religiously based environmental leadership. Through this program, GreenFaith offers a unique opportunity for educational, spiritual and vocational growth and skill development in religious environmentalism. The Fellowship Program consists of threeRead More →

by Leah D. Schade Clergy have such high instances of stress, weight problems, hypertension, depression and heart problems that poor health is becoming a characteristic of the profession. The kind of frenetic lifestyles that pastors — and our society — lead also contribute to our planet’s “health crisis.” Read MoreRead More →