Let All Creation Praise Worshiping God with creationCare for creation worship throughout the year
Season of Creation resources
Celebrating the Trinitarian God as creator
Download freely and adapt for your worshiping context.
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NEW EACH WEEK Weekly Care for Creation Commentary on the Lectionary
Among your preparations in these days, for the spring months from February into May, we have ideas and reminders for Lent, Holy Week, and Easter, as well as Earth Day Sunday, Mother (Earth) Day, planting days, and more.
John Bell Ecology and Liturgy workshop
For those with access to the Chicago area, we are excited to announce a Worship Alive! workshop featuring John Bell, of the Iona Community. The event, called "God, Land & Love," will help you to see an expanded view of the church's work in liturgy, with doxology as one of the prime purposes of ecology. Sunday, March 8 at First United Church of Oak Park. Click here for a pdf flyer with more info.
Visit our preaching page
for a video from Luther Seminary (St. Paul, Minnesota) chapel service, where David Rhoads gets to the
heart of our identity as earth-people and our sacramental theology.
Celebrate any season of the year with this 30-Day devotional booklet:
Stewardship of Creation: A Thirty Day Discipline. Download and copy this daily devotional booklet. Each day has a scripture verse, theological reflection, fact about the environment, action we can take to address it, and a prayer. Make this available to each member of your congregation as a discipline during any season of the year.
Would you like background on "why" this emphasis in worship?
from The Season of Creation: A Preaching Commentary (Fortress Press, 2011)