(ACNS) Water Justice chosen as the theme of this year's Season of Creation

Water Justice is the theme of this year’s Season of Creation, or Creation Time, which many churches around the world have adopted from 1 September to the Feast of St Francis on 4 October. The Season is a time dedicated to prayer for the protection of Creation, and the promotion of sustainable lifestyles that reverse our contribution to climate change.

The Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN) has compiled a collection of liturgical resources from around the globe to help churches prepare and think about the issues involved. These include an order of service for Creation Time prepared by the Student Christian Movement India. It was first published by the Ecumenical Water Network, a group of churches and Christian organizations promoting people’s access to water, initiated by the World Council of Churches.

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One comment on “(ACNS) Water Justice chosen as the theme of this year's Season of Creation

  1. Sherri2 says:

    This sounds like a unit in preschool? “Water Justice” is an issue of faith? (I care very much about access to clean water for all, but I don’t need/want/or plan to use a liturgy about it.