Bring your entire congregation together to learn about All Creation Sings, worship, and spend time in community with this intergenerational guide. This will be a great addition to the worship life of your church. Participants will grow in faith, build relationships and have fun together.
We are so grateful and honored to have Buff Grace, Director of Faith Networks for Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light join Emily Meyer for our first-ever Commentary Conversation. (Is this a thing? If so, is this what we should call it?? If you listen and find the conversation helpful or inspiring, please let us know!! Email us with comments.
Listen in or view the ~45 minute discussion here.
Hear Matthew Fox in conversation with Alex and Allyson Grey, of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, on "Easter, Christ, and Creation Spirituality."
This collection of prayers, liturgies, songs, sermon ideas, and children’s materials were crowdsourced from across the Christian Reformed Church in North America, then reviewed by a team of Reformed theologians. Worship can call us more fully into our roles as stewards of God’s creation; these resources make it easy.
Lutherans Restoring Creation is a grassroots group of advocates for climate justice in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Their website includes stories and ideas for advocacy, personal discipleship, and creation care for churches.
This ecumenical organization offers a variety of resources and ways you can put your faith into action for a safer climate. Check out their Cool Congregations program for churches using solar energy as well as their resources for worship and education.
Each year, Creation Justice Ministries publishes a compilation of liturgies, action ideas, Bible studies, informational articles, and more to mark Earth Day and/or Earth Day Sunday. Committed to “justice for God’s planet and people,” this organization has many opportunities for stewardship and action.
With tips for Creating Your Own “Blessing the Fields” Liturgy
Your ministry might not take place at a farm, but wherever you are is a part of God’s creation too. How might you bless it, even as it has blessed you?
By Nurya Love Parish (she/her/hers); Feb 08, 2023
2023: The Rev. Dr. R. Guy Irwin preaches. Register now to prepare for your congregation's use. The service contains everything you need for a full (non-communion) service and will be available for download by April 9. Register here or text code LRCEarthDay to 617.917.5865 to receive a form.
2022: Rev. Dr. Carmelo Santos preaches; music from Vance Blackfoot, Tom Witt & Mary Preus, and Baird Linke; liturgy created and led by leaders and congregations from across the US, including The Ministry Lab's Rev. Emily Meyer.
2021: ELCA Bishop Elizabeth Eaton preaches; visual journeys, music, and "peaceful places" offerings are shared by leaders and congregations from around the US. Learn more.
The Office of Social Justice and Faith Formation Ministries offer this resource to address God's call to care for creation. Ten Ways to Care for Creation includes ideas such as starting an intergenerational gardening project, holding a storytelling series, and much more!
Download this free resource or order printed copies for a small fee at FaithAliveResources.org.