Southeastern Synod Youth and Young Adult Ministry


November 12-13, 2022

Location: TBA (but definitely in-person)


Saturday, November 13, 2021

10am-12noon ET / 9-11am CT

via ZOOM

an ONLINE gathering of all youth (6th-12th grade) of the Southeastern Synod, 

especially those from Tennessee

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We will explore what it means to SHARE OUR GOSPEL STORY together by gathering online and learning how God is active in our lives, even when we don't realize it!   

And this is what sets our SOUL ON FIRE!

NEW from the Center for Climate Justice and Faith of

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary

Certificate in Climate Justice and Faith


This certificate offers a cohort-based, online trans-continental curriculum which empowers participants to cultivate moral, spiritual, and practical power for leadership in the work of climate justice in communities of faith and in collaboration with others.  Topics covered include theology, ethics, and spirituality related to climate justice; climate change knowledge; and social change practices that connect ecological well-being with racial, economic, and gender justice. 


Participants will include a wide diversity of people from Global South and Global North, from highly impacted communities to those less impacted at this point. Working collaboratively, they will focus on building knowledge, skills, spiritual strength, and community power for the work of climate justice. Long-term collaboration and networking are expected to endure well beyond certificate completion date. 


To apply to this inaugural, non-degree learning program scheduled for September 2021 - May 2022, go to

For more information contact: 

Phoebe Morad, Coordinator

Certificate in Climate Justice & Faith 

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary

(Cell) 617-599-2722



Community Organizing for Climate Justice as Faith Active in Love

This web-based three-part training in the arts of faith-rooted community organizing for climate justice will equip participants with skills, knowledge, spiritual grounding, and a community of support for organizing to address the climate crisis in ways that build racial and economic equity. A 3-day training session in February 2022 is followed by a mentored 12–week practice phase and a second training session of 2 days in May. The mentored section includes regular cohort gatherings for building a network of on-going support. Long-term collaboration and networking will be a gift of this program well beyond the training completion date.


If you are curious to know more about this inaugural, empowering, non-degree learning program, and to fill out an Interest Form, see: :


For more information contact: 

Kelly Marciales, Director

ELCA Organizing for Mission Cohort

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