Pr. Mary Ann Harrison is a TEEM Pastor in the ELCA. She has over 33 years of ministry experience across multiple denominations. Her focus is social justice and advocacy. She enjoys working with all ages but has a passion for working with the youth and the often overlooked elderly and individuals with disabilities. Pr. HarrisonRead More →

ELCA Pastor 36 years, now full time prairie steward which basically means seed planter and weed puller.  :) (Read Living Lutheran story here.)  Creator of Earth Church.  We gather for celebration and thanksgiving in the sanctuary the Creator made = our beautiful, yet now imperiled planet Earth.   Our devotion to connecting people with the dirt, theRead More →

Alex Egertson is the Director of Sustainability for Lutheran Retreats, Camps & Conferences, an outdoor ministry in Southern California. Based at Luther Glen Farm, Alex spends most of his work days in the beautiful California sunshine growing organic produce and teaching campers and guests about creation care. Alex holds a Master of Arts in ReligionRead More →

This was the way my husband and I defined ourselves from June through September. Having a mini floating hotel was also very handy during Covid, and Zoom ensured we never missed church or meetings.  It was especially nice to wake up on an anchorage with no other boats in sight, only nature. Being one withRead More →

Baird Linke is a seminarian with Wartburg Theological Seminary and the Montana Synod. He’s a passionate advocate for ecojustice and creation-oriented spirituality, and when he isn’t working or studying he can be found running, mountain biking, and skiing with his dog Kintla.  Baird is serving as the pastoral intern at Lord of Life Lutheran ChurchRead More →

Kaylie was born and raised in Wichita, Ks. In 2018, she graduated from Bethany College (Lindsborg, Ks.) with a degree in Psychology, and Religion, with a minor in Sustainability. From there she moved to Berkeley, CA., to pursue her M.Div at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, where Kaylie completed her degree (with a concentration in ClimateRead More →

Gabriel Morgan is the pastor of St Paul Lutheran Church in Tampa, FL. He serves as the chair of the Care for Creation Committee for the Hillsborough Organization for Progress and Equality, which is currently focused on green infrastructure improvements to local stormwater systems. He is on the leadership council for the University of SouthRead More →

Sister Jessica Zimmerle is the Program & Outreach Director of Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light. She provides strategic guidance to religious communities working toward environmental justice and organizes people of faith to advocate for justice-oriented policies on climate change, fossil fuels, chemical safety, salmon/orca recovery, and more. Sr. Jessica has a Masters of ArtsRead More →

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Christine Moolo serves as the Program Director, World Hunger Initiatives on the Building Resilient Communities team within the Service and Justice (S&J) Unit of the ELCA. Her role is focused on extending and deepening the work of ELCA World Hunger through grant partnerships domestically and internationally prioritizing S&J’s MERGE focus areas: Migration, Economic, Racial, GenderRead More →

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Christine Moffett (she/her) serves as the Program Director for Environment and Energy Policy with the Witness in Society, D.C. office-based team, within the Service and Justice home area of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Christine brings a background in both environmental science and political science. She holds a Master of Political Science Degree fromRead More →