Creation Tide 2010

“Let the heavens be glad and let Earth rejoice” Ps. 96.11

Each year Creation Tide is celebrated from the 1st September to the second Sunday in October (taking us through to 9th October in 2010 – and including St Francis of Assisi Day on 4th October). Churches and groups are invited to use this time of the year to focus on, and promote the preservation of, Creation.

Here on the Earthing Faith website we are marking Creation Tide with Inspired by Creation – a chance to share with others how creation inspires you through sharing the place where you connect with God and what that inspires. Elsewhere there are lots of resources to help you focus your thoughts, prayers and actions during Creation Tide. Here are a few…

Creation Flourishing - a time for celebration and careChurches Together in Britain & Ireland have produced new resources for Creation Tide this year on the theme of Creation Flourishing – a time for celebration and care, and linking into the United Nations International Year of Biodiversity.

Resources for Creation Time 2010 include lots of ideas and suggestions that can be used on one occasion or over the 5 weeks, including:

  • Sermon notes based on the Lectionary readings for the 5 Sundays
  • A keynote sermon on the theme, and other sermons
  • Prayers of intercession
  • Resources for children’s groups and schools
  • Group study ideas
  • Biodiversity FAQs – for churches
  • A range of other liturgical material

You may also find the CTBI resources from previous years useful – they can be found here.

The Season of Creation website also has a wealth of resources, including a Three-year Cycle of Readings for Creation Tide, as well as liturgies, sermon themes and childrens resources.

You might also find the following websites useful for more general resources to use during Creation Tide:  European Christian Environmental Network | Christian Ecology Link

If you know of other resources that might he helpful to people please share them in the comments section.

May the Spirit of God, who is above all and in all and through all,

fill you with the knowledge of God’s presence in Earth

and the pulsing of Christ within you.


Taken from The Season of Creation’sLiturgy – Planet Earth Sunday 1

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