Creation Care Opportunities


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Calling all Cyclists: Opportunity to Care for & Enjoy God’s Good Creation
The CTK Creation Care Team invites both cyclists and non-cyclists to join the Lutherans Restoring Creation Team for Bike Around the Bay on October 21 & 22. Bike Around the Bay offers participants the opportunity to enjoy God’s good creation while riding around Galveston Bay over the two days of the event. As a fundraiser for the Galveston Bay Foundation, participating in this event also offers the opportunity to care for God’s good creation by supporting the foundation’s conservation work. Lutherans Restoring Creation Team members may ride one day or both days, or may be “virtual” riders. To join the team or support this effort, click on the “Join a Team”. For more information, contact Lisa Brenskelle.

2017 EcoChallenge – Starting October 11!
The CTK Creation Care Team invites all members to challenge themselves to better care for creation during the upcoming EcoChallenge. Each challenge participant chooses one action to reduce their environmental impact and sticks with it for the two-week challenge period (October 11 – 25). Challenges are available for water, energy, food, transportation, waste, health, nature, simplicity, and community. Or create your own challenge. Join the Lutherans Restoring Creation team for the EcoChallenge or to get more information. Contact Lisa Brenskelle with any questions. Sign up today and challenge yourself to become a better steward of God’s good creation!

Eco-Reformation Retreat: Awe & Wonder
Friday, October 27, 7 p.m. – Saturday, October. 28, 7 p.m.
The CTK Creation Care Team invites you to join us at Cramer Retreat Center in Spring the weekend of Reformation for a 24-hour getaway in the beauty of God’s good creation. This year’s retreat explores awe and wonder as a pathway to eco-reformation. Contemplating the awesomeness of God, thru consideration both of scripture and our scientific understanding of the universe, we can come to a true sense of wonder that leads to right relationship with God and God’s good creation. In addition to study, this retreat includes time for recreation, reflection, and service. Please register at The retreat is open to adults of all ages, and to youth 10+, when accompanied by an adult. For more information, contact Lisa Brenskelle.