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Two more powerful ways to live Season of Creation

Here are two more ways to live the 2021 Season of Creation, the annual celebration of prayer and action for our common home.

2021 Season of Creation prayer service for your community

Use this guide to host a 2021 Season of Creation prayer service that uses Abraham’s tent and helps your community create a home for all.

Laudato Si’ Mass during Season of Creation in Washington, D.C. 

Celebrating the Season of Creation with a Laudato Si’ Mass in Washington, D.C. Listen to the latest Laudato Si’ Movement podcast episode with Fr. Cornelius Ejiogu of St. Luke Roman Catholic Church.

How to convince the people who have the decision to divest in their hands?

The “The Road to a Net Zero Emissions Future in South and North America” event brought together more than 60 participants.

Test your Season of Creation knowledge: Take our quiz

Test your Season of Creation knowledge against Christians around the world by taking our quiz all about the annual celebration.

In first-ever joint appeal, Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and Archbishop of Canterbury urge care for future of the planet

For the first time, the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and Anglican Communion have jointly warned of the urgency of environmental sustainability, its impact on poverty, and the importance of global cooperation.Photo: Albin Hillert/WCCIn...

One the way to COP26

In this conversation about youth engagement in the climate emergency, WCC climate experts shared their ideas for even stronger collaboration.

Climate Sunday: an opportunity for churches to act for creation

The Climate Sunday initiative is inviting local churches across Great Britain, Ireland and across the world to hold a climate-focused service on any Sunday before the United Nations climate change conference (COP26) begins in Glasgow on 31 October-12 November.The...

5 things to know about Christian leaders’ historic Season of Creation statement

5 things to know about the historic Season of Creation statement from Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, and Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Prayer services, photo challenges, creating tents: Asian communities lead the way in Season of Creation celebrations

Prayer services, photo challenges, creating tents: Asian communities lead the way in 2021 Season of Creation celebrations.

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