On February 10th, we will hold a one-day Mini Institute for those who want a (shortened) deep dive into The Practices and how we will bring these to the Portland Just Energy Transition initiative city-wide campaign.
By Intern Jacob Taylor -
"...the question that continues to linger in my mind in our meditation and all our conversations around sacrament, ecotheology, justice, and discipleship is, 'what does it mean to live Eucharistically in this moment?'"
When we praise our Creator, we worship the most magnificent of artists. We worship the potter who formed humankind from the fertile soil (Genesis 2:7), molding us like clay (Isaiah 64:8). When we look to the skies we can
“Christian hope begins where every other hope stands stiff before the face of the Unspeakable.” Thomas Merton, Raids on the Unspeakable A few months ago I began hosting weekly “Eucharistic contemplation” hours at my house. It initially began as an
Greetings from Oregon, fellow environmental lovers and leaders in the fight for justice! My name is Rie Tanabe, I’m from Salem Oregon, and one of my first memories ever is standing beneath great canopies of Oregon White Oak trees in
ACT Together: Sarah Holst’s Speech at the ‘Hold the Line March and Hearing to Stop Line 3 Pipeline’ On September 28, 2017, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Minnesota State Capitol to oppose the building of Enbridge’s Line
Earth Day at Eloheh and the EcoReformation by Cherice Bock & Solveig Nilsen-Goodin (Originally posted on Watershed Discipleship blog, permission to repost by authors.) On Earth Day, April 22, 2017, we planted 150 trees at Eloheh Farm. Three groups worked together to
Hi and gratitude to you creation-caring- practitioners of EcoFaith Recovery! As the map goes, I’m looking up to you in the Pacific Northwest from Southern California. I (Peg) serve as co-chair (with Jane Affonso) of the Southwest CA Synod GreenFaith
Hey there! My name is Sarah Kretschmann and I am just beginning my second year as a student at Luther Seminary where I am pursuing my Masters of Divinity and ordination through the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin. At the core
For my EcoFaith intern project, I’m working on developing what I’m calling a “Catechism of Place” that’s specific to the Mill Creek watershed where I live in southwestern Ohio. I got the initial concept and language from Ched Myers’ work
“What We Pay Attention to Grows”: EcoFaith Recovery Internship as a Fractal for Healing Wild, turbulent waters again surround us after the last weeks’ events at Charlottesville and White Supremacist protests all around the country. The Spirit stirs within us