The Season of Creation is celebrated by Christian churches around the globe who are united with one purpose: to steward the earth. Help your community respond to the creator’s call. Register as a Season of Creation partner; host a prayer service with the easy-to-use toolkit, or find a prayer service near you.
Tiempo de la Creación del 1 de Septiembre al 4 de Octubre. Los Cristianos se unen para rezar y cuidar de la Creación
This 2017 resource from the Diocese of Bangor in the Church in Wales is in Welsh and English. It offers liturgical material and a reflection for each Sunday during creation time.
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland are providing links to materials produced by the churches and other groups in the British Isles.
Creation Time 2019
This year we offer reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary Readings appointed for these weeks, set against the backdrop of the extreme urgency of the climate crisis and the challenges, which confront us all, without exception, to change our own lives and support and encourage others in the just transition to a human world more likely to weather the turmoil that undoubtedly lies ahead of us all. More information and the resources can be found here.
'Journeying with God': Weekly material for the 2017 Season of Creation with contributions from the Church of Scotland, the Roman Catholic Church, the Salvation Army and the Scottish Episcopal Church.
A message from Pope Francis for the Global Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, 1 September 2016.
Resources for 2019's Season of Creation from the Church of England can be found here.
The Church of England Environmental Programme is collecting resources for 'Creationtide' here. Resources include new liturgies and examples of services and prayers, suggested readings and discussion questions, and a new daily action sheet.
You can also hear about the impact of climate change across the Anglican Communion through the 'Letters for Creation'. For this project the Archbishop of Canterbury invited senior clergy from across the Communion to share their thoughts on two questions: What does the Care for God’s Creation mean in your Province? What do you want to say to the Anglican Communion about the Care for our Common Home?
Bible reflections for each week of the Season of Creation from the Lutheran World Federation.
The Bishop of Salisbury (Church of England), the Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, calls for prayer for the environment during Creationtide.
“The care of creation is a top priority for every Christian disciple in our day. It’s clear in Scripture that God wants us to steward this beautiful Earth we’ve been given. We need to take care of it at a time when global warming and climate change are creating enormous pressures.”