We offer creation focused commentaries for every week and lectionary cycle, but what about taking a step back and spend a whole season focused on God the Creator? The Season of Creation started in the 1990’s and has multiple expressions. The Season of Creation is typically celebrated from the beginningRead More →

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AFFIRM: Personally, with your church council, or entire synod, review our ELCA’s 1993 call to action and commit to engaging in steps to live into that calling. Ask your Church Council to consider how Creation Care can fit into the context of your church community. Ask them to watch this introductionRead More →

The amazing Lutherans Restoring Creation Production Team,  lay members, and rostered leaders (all volunteers) have created another joyful online worship service to thank God for this good creation for Earth Day 2021! (See our Sept. 20, 2020 Worship here.)  Thanks especially to Bishop Elizabeth Eaton for sharing the message ofRead More →

Thank you to all who made our first-ever Creation Focused Online Worship Service a huge success!  In addition to the thousands who watched the premiere via our social media outlets, we had over 600 churches register to share the service with over 40,000 of their members tuning in!  We prayRead More →

Lutherans Restoring Creation encourages you to try one new practice every day that may prevent further desecration of God’s good Creation or harm to those in the wake of unjustly utilized natural resources.  Rather than giving things up – you will be taking on new habits that help us all!Read More →

Preach the Good News for all Creation on Reformation Sunday “When anyone is in Christ, creation is new. The old has passed away. Behold! Everything is new!” II Corinthians 5:17 Why an eco-reformation? There are voices across the ELCA calling for a reformation of the church to encompass care forRead More →

Download, read, and share widely this brief reflection from active disciple, Dr. Johan Bergh.  In his piece, published in the Trinity Review (2013), Bergh relates the framework of grace and neighbor love with how we are to understand the role of public action in our church.  Read more recent reflectionsRead More →

The purpose of this kit is to enable you to have a basic program and organization to function as a creation-care congregation as well as have access to the resources needed to carry out this program on an ongoing basis. Whether or not you are already active in greening yourRead More →

Micro-Creation Service Bulletin – Click here – free to share! (wonderful readings, music, etc.) Homily by Pastor Susan Henry, House of Prayer Lutheran Church – Hingham MA Pentecost 13 B Creation  – –  August 19, 2018 Grace to you and peace from God our Creator and from our Lord JesusRead More →