On March 21st, 2016, Deaconess Reinhild Lüder-Scholvin (3rd from right) planted a silver linden tree on behalf of the youth work in the Church District of Verden/Aller, Germany. She was accompanied by Margot Hammer (2nd row, right) and active members of the church district’s youth community.
On May 23rd, 2016, Deacon Reinhild Lüder-Scholvin (right) planted a “Roter Eiserapfel” apple tree in the little garden at the corner of the streets Georgstraße and Marienstraße in Verden/Aller, Germany, as partner tree for the Church District of Verden. This species of apple has existed for about 550 years, so it was already there in Luther’s time. The planting used soil from the Luthergarten in Wittenberg. The tree shall be a sign against human destruction of the environment.