Season of Creation (Liturgical Calendar)


The Season of Creation is a time during the liturgical calendar in which churches across the globe renew their relationship with God and all of creation and commit to prayer and action for our common home. Starting on September 1 and ending on October 4—the Feast of St. Francis, the patron saint of ecology—the church praises God for Creation’s beauty, focuses on their call as caretakers, and laments the brokenness and the groaning of all creation. 

As worship leaders, liturgists, pastors, and laypeople, we invite you to utilize these resources for the five Sundays of the Season of Creation as you shepherd your communities and congregations through the joys and laments of our relationship with Creation.

Each week's materials include a variety of service elements including a call to worship, prayer, creation psalm, and benediction.  

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