About St. Peder’s Lutheran Community Solar
St. Peder’s Lutheran is a partner of the Alliance for Sustainability. The mission of the Alliance for Sustainability is to bring about personal, organizational and planetary sustainability in ways that are ecologically sound, economically viable, socially just and humane. They bring together citizen, faith, non-profit, government and business leaders to work collaboratively to fadsfs and build sustainable communities. They provide hands-on training and tools for neighborhoods, congregations, schools and businesses to save energy, water and resources while building community, health, wealth and local resilience.
Alliance for Sustainability (AFS) connects communities through learning and action for our shared future. Community solar is a perfect vehicle to foster community engagement on clean energy.
AFS Partners in Sustainability:
Lake Street Energy Challenge - Holy Trinity Lutheran - Christ Lutheran - Whittier Alliance - Longfellow Community Council - Transition Longfellow - East Isles - ECCO - Corcoran Neighborhood Organization - Mac-Groveland Community - St. Francis Cabrini Catholic - St. Peder's Lutheran
More about this organization
Since 1884, St Peder’s has had a strong Lutheran presence in south Minneapolis, moving to our current location near the Mississippi River Parkway in 1961. St. Peder’s strong sense of community welcomes all to be a part of their mission and ministry – and their commitment to financially supporting ministries other than their own is a long-standing tradition some of which is made possible through an endowment fund initiated in 1984.
St Peder’s is located in the Longfellow neighborhood of south Minneapolis. Building relationships with their neighboring faith communities – and with other neighbors – is part of St. Peder’s mission. Being a part of Longfellow Faith Forum provides a great opportunity to do just that! The mission of the Longfellow Faith Forum is to bring together faith communities for networking, interfaith partnerships, and to amplify community projects in Greater Longfellow.