Season of Creation

The Season of Creation, 1 September to 4 October, is a time to renew our relationship with our Creator and all creation. Why not ask your Church to use this time to join our Christian sisters and brothers around the world in prayer and action for our common home?

Places to go for resources and ideas:

  • Green Christian has just signed up as a partner of Season of Creation. The suggested theme for 2020 is “Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope”
  • Green Christian member Andii Bowsher has written some beautiful Creationtide prayers
  • New new initiative, Climate Sunday, is calling on all churches to hold a local Climate Sunday any time during a one year period starting on 6th September
  • Use this short article on Season of Creation and Jubilee for the Earth in your parish magazine
  • Order our challenging and inspiring Storm of Hope 2020 (we have more than we need this year due to the cancellation of summer festivals) or any other of our leaflets to hand out during the service
  • Ensure any Harvest Service celebrates, converts and commits your congregation to caring for God’s world
  • The Church of England has resources for this time, which can also be called Creationtide
  • Christian Climate Action and other Faith groups are holding a socially-distanced and silent 24/7 vigil in or near Parliament Square the first week of Season of Creation. It will start with a multi-faith service at 7pm on 31 August, and will continue at least until Sunday 6 September
  • Watch and share the Creationtide Film, made by Green Christian member, Nicky Davis and her church in Axe Valley, Devon
  • See our list of all other Christian Environmental organisations



Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 8 August, 2020 | Category: Action Climate Emergency Worship Materials | Comments: 0

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