The Season of Creation
The Season of Creation offers worshipers an opportunity to turn their full attention toward God the creator and toward their relationship with the whole creation.
See below for history and description of the Season of Creation.
When is the Season of Creation celebrated? Multiple resources for celebrating a Season of Creation Scripture Readings, Lectionary lessons for the three years of the Season of Creation. See lessons for Season C (2016). Sermons and Commentaries on the Season of Creation Themes Liturgies for Series C (2016) are available to download and to adapt to your worship Contributions from Congregations and Denominations. Liturgical elements and sermons from those who have celebrated the Season of Creation.
Here is a link to a feature article published in the August 2014 volume of The Lutheran magazine by David Rhoads, A Season of Creation: Focusing Worship on God as Creator. ????
What is the Season of Creation?
The Season of Creation is an optional season for the church year. For the most part, the seasons of the church year follow the life of Jesus: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter. The remainder of the church year encompasses Pentecost Season, which celebrates life in the Holy Spirit. Of course, there are many special days and occasional services throughout the calendar of the church year, such as Christ the King Sunday and Rogation Day. God is celebrated throughout the entire church year. And God the creator, Christ the redeemer of creation, and the Holy Spirit as sustainer of life are integral to worship throughout the church year. We hope that caring for creation is a vital dimension of every worship service.
Website: Season of Creation