A regularly updated list of Season of Creation activities in local churches around the world. Send us yours!
Waste is a problem in many of our countries, but TEAR Fund has chosen to draw our attention to the particular challenge of rubbish in Africa. Here’s a recent blog post by Sas Conradie, TEAR Fund’s Theology and Networking Manager for Africa, after a recent trip to Angola:
The Amazon crisis has captured the attention of the world, even to causing difficulty for the world’s great powers at the G7 summit in Spain last week. Christians in Latin America are also speaking out about this situation.
You’ve seen the pictures of plastic in the ocean? What better way to celebrate the Season of Creation than by finding ways that you can do something about it? Dr. Bob Sluka, A Rocha International’s “ocean guy” (actually, he’s a serious scientist heading up ARI’s Marine and Coastal Conservation Programme) […]
One of the most creative creation care projects we know is in Baja California on the west coast of Mexico. Steve Dresselhaus stepped back from a senior leadership position at a major North American mission agency a few years ago to begin Reconciliamar, with the stated goal of doing evangelism, […]
Bishop Nick Holtam (Salisbury) recently expressed the concern many of us feel about what is happening in the Amazon at this time. The fires, he said, “destroy more than trees. They destroy hope.” Be in prayer for our sisters and brothers in Brazil who are trying to influence their own […]
John Stott was not only the ‘evangelical pope’ and one of the fathers of the Lausanne Movement. He was also a passionate advocate for God’s creation and long-time supporter of A Rocha and many other creation care initiatives. Wheaton College is honoring that legacy with a Symposium focusing on Stott’s […]
Two years ago Shelley Spruit’s cooking was the highlight of the LWCCN Europe Conference in France. But Shelley is more than a cook – she’s a grain farmer in Ontario, Canada, working with her husband Tony to grow and distribute ancient traditional grain varieties to other farmers, chefs and restaurants. Read Shelley’s latest note to us.
For the 3rd time in a row, a small team in Germany gathered recently to do some environmental education activities at the annually held Freakstock, a festival run by the Christian Jesus Freaks movement. In the “Cathedral of Woods and Meadows”, people were invited to join workshops and excursions to the beautiful forests surrounding it, or simply to enjoy the peace at the “cathedral”, at a busy festival attended by several thousand people.
The Season of Creation is an annual celebration of God’s creation by Christian communities all over the world. We’re encouraging members of the Creation Care Network to join in this year! Read more on the web and comment to let us know what your plans are!