Garrett-Evangelical News

Committed to Environmental Sustainability

LEED GoldPhilip Amerson, president, and Arnold Henning, CFO, are presented with the LEED Certificate for Loder Hall

SSA Lallene SigningLallene Rector, academic dean at Garrett-Evangelical, signing the covenant for creation care with the Seminary Stewardship Alliance

DSC 0046 copy 2Master of Divinity student,  Jake Ohlemiller

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary is committed to integrating ecological perspectives and sustainable practices throughout the curriculum, worship and spiritual life, programming, building and grounds, and administrative operations of the seminary.

Learn more about the steps Garrett-Evangelical is taking to live out the commitment to Creation Care:

Garrett-Evangelical's commitment to environmental stewardship can only happen because of the gifts given to the annual fund, which has direct impact on faculty and staff salaries, building and grounds maintance, and student financial aid. Your help is needed. Will you partner with us as we continue to embrace environmental responsibility?


or send a check to:
Attn: Development
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
2121 Sheridan Rd.
Evanston, IL 60201

Environmental Stewardship

Committee Survey

Seminary vegetable gardens?  Congregational workshops on confronting environmental racism?  A “Biblical Ethics of Land Use” course?  Better campus recycling?  You can help the Environmental Stewardship Committee shape Garrett-Evangelical’s creation care vision and goals by completing this brief online survey, click here.




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The United Methodist Church, welcomes
students from a wide range of faith traditions.