Living Connected: Creation’s Gift of Material Goods
Workshop on Creation’s Gift of Material Goods
The Living Connected project presents creation care as a spiritual discipline, formed by using the gifts of creation in just and loving ways. The NT-NL Public Witness Team for Peace and Justice is offering Living Connected: Material Goods online twice in October.
The workshop presenter is Katrina Martich, a Lutheran deaconess and environmental engineer. She currently serves as a green shepherd for Lutherans Restoring Creation and on the ELCA Sustainability Table.
Saturday, October 24, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CDT
Tuesday, October 27, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM CDT
Register at katrinamartich.com to receive the Zoom link.
Material goods we use daily connect us to others and all creation through the world’s economy and ecology. The workshop will look at ways our choices make a difference in the world and can be an expression of our faith. It offers ideas and resources for spiritual practices in our use of material goods. Over time, these practices build upon each other and become the spiritual discipline of creation care.
The workshops are offered at a reduced cost thanks to a grant from the NT-NL Synod Mission Endowment Fund. For more information, or to discuss ways your congregation can transform its use of creation’s gifts, send an email to Deaconess Katrina Martich at email@example.com.