Season of Creation 3 has five themes: Climate change, Eco-justice, Water, Creation and Redemption, and Biodiversity. The materials can be used at any time of the year, but the suggestion is that they are used during September with the service on Biodiversity being celebrated on St Francis day, 4th of October.
This is a resource pack for the Season of Creation by the EWN and CTBI. It focuses on Water Justice, and includes an order of service and sermon notes.
The is the second resource pack made by ACSA for the Season of Creation. It touches on the topics of climate change, food, water, energy and biodiversity.
This is the first Season of Creation pack produced by Green Anglicans / ACSA. It covers the topics of biodiversity, land, water, climate change, sustainability and stewardship.
These materials were prepared by the Anglican Church of Southern African Environmental Network for the Season of Creation 2016 (1 September – 4 October), and translated into several Southern African languages.
A Rocha’s 2009 Environment Resource Pack, examining the question ‘Whose world is it anyway?’
A Rocha UK’s 2010 Environment Resource Pack, under the theme of biodiversity and Psalm 104
Food is God’s gift in creation, but today it’s often either cheap junk, grabbed on-the-run, or an ethical nightmare and a cause of injustice and suffering. This pack aims to help you reclaim a biblical understanding of food – as something at the centre of our lives, a source of celebration and joy and a way of bringing God’s Kingdom values of justice and restored relationships into our lives.
A Rocha’s 2012 Environment Resource Pack is freely available to churches worldwide. It can be used on Environment Sunday (the nearest Sunday to the UN’s World Environment Day, June 5th), during Time for Creation (1st September – 5th October, promoted by the World Council of Churches), or on any suitable date.
Where is your home? The Bible actually says that God’s home will be with humanity, and God calls us to put down roots and bear good fruit in the places where we’ve been planted. This Environment Resource Pack on Home provides resources for churches to celebrate their local area – the human and wildlife communities they share it with – and to seek ways to be involved in caring for their homes.