Get your voice heard: write a letter for creation

Letters for Creation invites children and young people under 30 to write letters reflecting on what caring for creation means to them and how they want their voice to be heard in the climate justice conversation.

'Letters' — whether physical letters or videos, photographs, poems, songs, posters, and so on — will then be collated to form a travellng exhibition, hopefully touring events such as COP26 (the UN's climate change conference) as well as being showcased digitally. You can read more about the genesis of the project below.

The initial plan to run the exhibition in 2020 has been postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but we plan to reopen the call for submissions in the spring of 2021. If you have already submitted a letter please be assured that your submission will still be incorporated. You can see examples of some of the submissions we've had already below.

If you would like to find out more, head to the Christian Aid website.

A young boy painting words on a piece of card for Creationtide.
Example Submissions
History of Letters for Creation
Read letters from senior clergy across the Anglican Communion