A Ministry of the ELCA - Supported by World Hunger

Care for God’s Creation

What’s Working in Wisconsin: Public and Private Uses of Renewable Energy on October 6, 2018  All are welcome to this free event.  Please spread the word:

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NEW RESOURCE! SCSW Steps to Caring for God’s Creation

2017 Care of Creation Flyer


Bob is a member of the Care for God’s Creation team in the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin.

LOPPW is currently supporting Senate Bill 48 that would help utilities to assist home owners to get lead out of their drinking water.  We signed on to this letter initiated by the League of Conservation Voters:  SB48-LETTER (1)

Climate change could push more than 100 million people into poverty in just the next 15 years.  “Climate change hits the poorest the hardest,” says World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, “and our challenge now is to protect tens of millions of people from falling into extreme poverty because of a changing climate.”  From ELCA World Hunger.

Resource for Congregations from LOPPW and the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin Care for God’s Creation Team: LOPPW & SCSW Resource

From ELCA World Hunger: Climate Change 101,  Poverty_And_Hunger_In_A_Changing_Climate,  Agriculture_And_Food_Security_In_A_Changing_ClimateHunger and Climate Change,

LOPPW/South-Central Synod of Wisconsin PowerPoint Presentation  CGC

LOPPW is part of a new Wisconsin Climate Table and is also a member of RE-AMP

ELCA Social Statement on Caring for God’s Creation

ELCA Advocacy Resources – At the bottom click on to Environment & Energy Policy

Additional Resources:  Lutherans Restoring Creation, Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light

Info on AB 1 6 paragraphs foxconn

Statement on AB 1 for Public Hearing on August 3, 2017  AB 1