The Season of Creation 2021: A Home for All
by the Rev. Kevin McGrane,
Priest-in-Charge at Trinity Episcopal Church, St. James
and Creation Care Ministry Chair
How are we being called towards a Way of Love in prophetic leadership for ecological justice? A Way of Love as protectors of God's handiwork in this season?
The Episcopal Church invites us to join our partners worldwide in The Season of Creation, a month-long celebration joining the global Christian family in prayer and climate activism.
The season starts September 1, with a World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation. It ends October 4, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology beloved by many Christian denominations.
The Season of Creation 2021 continues the ecumenical partnership and invites Episcopalians to think deeply about our ecological, economic, and political ways of living and work towards justice and right relationship with God's Creation. Sign up to participate, and keep us informed here in the Diocese of MO about your individual activities.
The Season of Creation prayer and advocacy helps change the moral narrative and inspires people of faith to grow prophetic leadership around the environment.