Sarah Holst is a bioregional theologian, artist, and Masters of Divinity student living in the Tischer Creek Watershed of Duluth, Minnesota. Sarah is on an ordination journey with the Roman Catholic Womenpriests: an international initiative within the Catholic Church to cultivate a new, gender-inclusive, expansive definition of priesthood. Sarah is among the youngest to be engaging a call with this movement.
Sarah Holst is the fourth Intern Coordinator with EcoFaith Recovery, which is an advanced level internship with EcoFaith. Read More About Sarah
Bradley Charles Seibel
Bradley Charles Seibel is an undergraduate theology major at Marian University in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He never would have imagined that he would be pursuing ministry, but as with many others who have been called certain experiences in his life have brought him to the realization that social justice and the empowerment of all marginalized persons are his passions in life.
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Jacob Taylor is a student and lifelong resident of the Maketewah (Mill Creek) watershed in Southwestern Ohio. He received his bachelors in literary and cultural studies from the University of Cincinnati, and now lives in the city's urban ecovillage community where he spends his time farming, homesteading, and making music.
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My name is Sarah Kretschmann and I just finished my first 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 of my call to ministry is a deep connection to the earth and wonder at the magnificence of the world we live in.
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Liz Fifield currently calls Duluth, MN and Lake Superior home but was born and raised in Southwest Michigan near Lake Michigan and has loved experiencing two dynamic great lakes and their varied communities. She is interested in using her sociology degree and interest in gathering stories and developing relationships with other people who choose to live near the Great Lakes.
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Adella Barrett is from the James River Watershed of central Virginia. She is pursuing a Master of Divinity through Chicago Theological Seminary. For her internship she is exploring the intersections of herbalism and christian sacrament...
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Rie Tanabe is from the North Santiam Watershed in Oregon where she recently graduated from Willamette University with a bachelors of arts in environmental and earth sciences. She currently lives in Salem, OR and is looking to pursue a master's degree in environmental management or urban planning.
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