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Season of Creation


1st September to 4th October 2018

Season of Creation

Christians around the globe will come together during this season to pray and care for creation. Here are some great resources from the Season of Creation website that you can share with your church or school communities, to celebrate God's wonderful creation and stand together for Climate Justice.

 

Watch

Archbishop Justin Welby talks about our need to care for creation.

 

Pray

Pray    

 

As part of this year’s Season of Creation, Christians are encouraged to organize prayer services that incorporate a symbolic action that highlight the “cry of the earth and the cry of the poor.”

Join us in this powerful witness of Christian unity for our planet. Click here to access the Planning Toolkit.

 

 

 

Liturgies

Diocese of Guildford    

 

 

 

Organise your Season of Creation prayer service using any of these liturgical resources 

Click here to view Denominational Resources.

Find Uniting Church liturgies here.

 

 


 

Display & share

Season of Creation posters    

 

 

Are you keen to raise awareness within your church or school community? Use these posters to raise interest and spark conversations, or as a rallying point at a prayer location event.

Click here to view and download.

 

 

 


Divest 

Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s remarks on climate change and calls to “Divest from fossil fuels and invest in a clean energy future.”

Read the briefing notes about this important action on Climate Change here.


Learn

Shrinking the Footprint     

 

 

Explore the Season of Creation with readings and discussion questions from the Church of England "Shrinking the Footprint" website.

Click here for these and other insightful resources.

 

 

 

 

Discuss

Bishop Cameron Venables    

 

 

Bishop Cam Venables, a regional bishop from the Diocese of Brisbane, shares a reflection about his participation in a meeting of the Bishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia. 

To read the full article, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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