As we do the hard work of re-examining our church structures and our society, it’s the perfect time to incorporate concerns for environmental stewardship.
In this hour, we will discuss briefly:
- why Lutherans care for creation,
- how climate change is related to racial justice, and
- practical steps congregations and individuals can take.
This Leadership academy will be presented by Pastor Sarah S. Scherschligt and Don Craig.
Meet Our Presenters
Pastor Sarah S. Scherschligt is the Pastor of Peace Lutheran Church, Alexandria VA. She has been involved in environmental work from a Lutheran perspective for decades, including within the Metro DC Synod in various forms. She currently serves as the treasurer of the Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, an interfaith organization working at the county level to address climate change and environmental devestation.
Don Craig is a member of Metropolitan AME Church in Washington, DC. He has been a long time community advocate around social justice and environmental issues in California and now in Virginia. Donald is currently active on Boards with the NAACP, the Poor People’s Campaign as well as several other community groups, including the Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions. He strongly believes in making a positive difference.