From Pastor Kelly: We give thanks for our Lutherans Restoring Creation worship! This worship calls us into our global and local partnership in the gospel of Christ recognizing our cosmic and daily dependence on creation by offering our care to our shared environment. We celebrate this gift with Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light, who hosted with RCFL the 2020 Youth N’ Power Camp teaching and learning from Harrison youth about the climate crisis and climate justice.
Our holy praise and thanksgiving joins with indigenous peoples of First Nations, community partners, and Lutherans Restoring Creation making us mindful that the godly gifts land, air, and water with all its creatures are our neighbors.
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