Published: July 4, 2017

Hills and churchThe ‘Season of Creation’ is the period in the annual church calendar, from 1 September to 4 October, dedicated to God as Creator and Sustainer of all life. It is a time encompasses many harvest festivals and builds up to the feast of St Francis of Assisi. As Christians, we acknowledge that the environment is our common home, and we need to tread more gently on the Earth and care for our shared planet.

Creationtide is originally an Eastern Orthodox initiative, but has now spread widely among Anglican, Roman Catholic and Protestant congregations, bringing Christians together to pray and work for the protection of the environment that sustains everyone. The CofE lectionary hasn’t quite caught up with Creationtide but clergy and readers can find suitable resources such as Bible readings and ideas for sermons here.

Sunday 3rd September 

Job 37:14–24

Psalm 130

Revelation 4

Matthew 8:23–27


Sunday 10th September

Job 38:1–18

Psalm 139:1–14

Romans 1:18–25

Matthew 5:13–16


Sunday 17th September

Deuteronomy 28:1–14

Psalm 65

2 Corinthians 9:6–15

Luke 12:16–30


Sunday 24th September

Leviticus 25:1–7

Psalm 95

Hebrews 4:1–11

John 6:1–15


Sunday 1st October

Leviticus 25.8–19

Psalm 33:1–12

1 Timothy 2:1–7

Luke 17:11–19

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