Back in 1993 the ELCA helped fund a Re-Imagining God Conference. (read here) There were over 2000 participants with 313 being ELCA Lutherans, many of them being clergy, and some of them were conference speakers. (see here)
The purpose of this conference was "to re-imagine what belief in God and life together in community means from a Christian-feminist perspective." (Christian News, 21 March 1994, p. 1)
One writer described the Re-Imagining Gathering this way, "Many basic doctrines essential to the Christian faith were repudiated at (the conference), often in an atmosphere of disrespect. These include the doctrine of God, the deity of Christ, His atoning death, the sinfulness of humanity, the Genesis account of creation, the authority of Scriptures, and the biblical understanding of human sexuality. " (read here)
Here is one prayer said by those in attendance:
"Our maker Sophia, we are women in your image . . . With
the hot blood of our wombs we give form to new
life . . . Sophia, creator God, let your milk and honey
flow . . . With nectar between our thighs we invite a
lover, we birth a child; with our warm body fluids we remind the world of its pleasures and sensations . . . We
celebrate the sweat that pours from us during our labors. We celebrate the fingertips vibrating upon the skin of a lover. We celebrate the tongue which licks a wound or wets our lips. We celebrate our bodiliness, our physicality, the
sensations of pleasure, our oneness with earth and water." (read here)
This conference was not Christian. The things taught and spoken at this conference were blatantly against Scripture. Money from ELCA members, money meant for God's work, went to help fund this gathering.
Here are four articles on the conference which speaks in detail of the heretical happenings.