Environment in prayer, worship and teaching

Care for God’s creation is part of the Christian life. We honour the Creator when we care for creation. We show love to our neighbours when we care about the places they live, near and far. And we work for justice when we seek to tackle climate change and halt the loss of nature.

That’s why it's so important to include environmental themes in our prayer and worship, and explore what the Bible has to say about the environment in sermons and Bible studies. 

New Webinar: Preaching for God's World

Why do we need to preach on creation care and how do we do it? Come and hear our panel of international speakers explore answers to these questions.

Thursday 20th April at 3pm. Sign up here.

Bishop Olivia Graham, Bishop of Reading and member of the Church of England’s national Environment Working Group

Rev Dr Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Missioner for Creation Care (Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts & Southern New England Conference, United Church of Christ)

Dr Paulo Ueti, Theological Adviser and Latin America Regional Director, Anglican Alliance

Rev Dr Dave Bookless, Director of Theology at A Rocha International and Priest-in-Charge at St Mary's, Norwood Green

On this page you will find resources to help you worship in nature, ways to include the environment in your prayers and liturgy, ideas for preaching, and resources for Bible study on your own or in small groups.
Including Creation Themes in Liturgy
Outdoor Worship
Preaching for God's World
Season of Creation
Bible Study Resources