April 22 is Earth Day – a day to show our care for God’s good earth and to recognize the challenges faced by many of the world’s poorest people as they struggle to adapt to changing weather patterns and grow enough food to feed their families.
Read the story of Debora Kantor of Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, and her experience learning about the impact of a changing climate on female farmers in Malawi.
Earth Day points us back to the Creator in our work and worship. The covenant we have with God to protect the earth, soil, and water is connected to our responsibility to those around the world who don’t have enough to eat.
Click here to download our 2018 Earth Day worship resource for your church
As well, here are some prayers you can use on Earth Day:
All Creation Sings!
In this package of resources you will find prayers, readings, song suggestions and other resources to help your congregation mark Earth Day.Download our Earth Day worship resource