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Time of Creation - Season of Creation

Time of Creation, or with a different name Season of Creation starts on 1st September and goes until 4th October. It is a particular period of the year, in which are Christians of different confessions invited to celebrate the gift of Creation and our relation to it. Celebration of this Time and its place in the cycle of Christian prayers and worships was commended by the 3rd European Ecumenical Assembly in Sibiu 2007, which recommended that the....

Kirk must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change

2 May 2019
The Church of Scotland must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change. Rev Dr Richard Frazer, convener of the Church and...

WCC climate justice project selected as finalist for Keeling Curve Prize

2 May 2019
The World Council of Churches (WCC) intergenerational climate justice project has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Keeling Curve Prize, a recognition for initiatives...

WCC ‘Roadmap’ resource for eco-justice available in multilingual versions

30 April 2019
The most recent World Council of Churches (WCC) resource rooted to the congregational level of churches’ engagement in ecological and economic justice is now available...

Churches contribution to a sustainable society - Call for registrations

24 April 2019
Please note that the early bird registration option for the conference in Oslo 25-28 May 2019 is extended to 26 April . For details and...

"Care for God's creation", say Christians joining climate change protests in London

24 April 2019
A photo series by Sean Hawkey on the recent “Extinction Rebellion” in London is being featured by the World Council of Churches (WCC) in order...

Looking back on a successful climate march

23 April 2019
More than 35,000 people died Saturday, March 10th in Amsterdam for the climate march. The common desire - a bold climate policies from the government...

Call for contributions

4 April 2019
Creation care has important spiritual components not yet discovered in full depth – though the bible is full of ecological reflections. The ecumenical project www.sustainable-preaching.org...

Divestment: Kirche zieht Geld aus umweltschädlichen Firmen ab

22 March 2019
Die österreichische Kirche steigt mit ihren Geldveranlagungen aus allen Unternehmen aus, die fossile Brennstoffe fördern oder produzieren. Die katholische Kirche in Österreich zieht sich mit...

Rev. Henrik Grape reflects on a broader understanding of climate change

21 March 2019
Rev. Henrik Grape is coordinator of the World Council of Churches Working Group on Climate Change. His reflections below appear in an abridged format. For...