This Lent, we hope both adults and children might engage in God’s plea for us to “Care for Creation”. It is an opportunity for us to rebuild our relationship with our planet, and in turn with the God who is Lord of everything. During this time, we hope you might engage in prayer, learn more about the remarkable world we have been given and build habits that last beyond the season to protect and honour the earth.
Archbishop Justin Welby & Archbishop John Sentamu
Saying Yes to Life
In the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book for 2020, Dr Ruth Valerio imaginatively draws on the Days of Creation in Genesis 1 to lift our focus from everyday concerns to issues that are affecting millions of lives around the world. Bursting with practical advice as well as biblical reflection, discussion questions and prayers, this is a stirring and liberating call to look after the world that God has made – and to share in God’s joy and creativity by making a difference for good.
Looking to go further? Find resources and inspiration on the SPCK website, including filmed interviews with key figures for each chapter and a downloadable youth pack.
Free digital daily reflections available via:
- a forthcoming update to the award-winning #LiveLent app
- smart speakers
- a social media campaign
- and much more!