Season of Creation 2020: opening prayer (online)

By keeping a strict ratio of how many seeds to sow per hectare, and by sowing Cassava and Groundnut together, refugees near the Ngam refugee camp in Cameroon can both increase harvests and retain soil fertility over a longer time. Photo: LWF/Albin Hiller
By keeping a strict ratio of how many seeds to sow per hectare, and by sowing Cassava and Groundnut together, refugees near the Ngam refugee camp in Cameroon can both increase harvests and retain soil fertility over a longer time. Photo: LWF/Albin Hiller

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Jubilee for the Earth

Join the opening prayer for the 2020 Season of Creation (details regarding the online meeting coming up).

This year’s theme, “Jubilee for the Earth”, invites us to consider the integral relationship between rest for the earth and ecological, economic, social and political ways of living.

This particular year, the need for just and sustainable systems has been revealed by the far-reaching effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The ecumenical Season of Creation lasts from 1 September (Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation) until 4 October (Feast day of St. Francis). This is an invitation to engage in a month of prayer, symbolic acts and campaigns to give thanks for creation and renew our human vocation to care for it.

 

Details regarding the online meeting coming up.

Open to All
All Day
GMT+02:00
01 September 2020

Online

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Climate
Climate Justice
Season of Creation
Identity
Communion
Lutheran theology
Theology
Ecumenical

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