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Season of Creation 2022

“I have heard their cry…I know their sufferings…Come, now! I will send you…I will be with you” (Ex 3: 1-12)

The burning bush is the Symbol for the Season of Creation 2022. Today, the prevalence of unnatural fires are a sign of the devastating effects that climate change has on the most vulnerable of our planet. Creation cries out as forests crackle, animals flee, and people are forced to migrate due to the fires of injustice. 

 

On the contrary, the fire that called to Moses as he tended the flock on Mt. Horeb did not consume or destroy the bush. This flame of the Spirit revealed God’s presence. This holy fire affirmed that God heard the cries of all who suffered, and promised to be with us as we followed in faith to our deliverance from injustice. 

 

In this Season of Creation, this symbol of God’s Spirit calls us to listen to the voice of creation.

 

Season of Creation 2022 Guide - Prayer
As followers of Christ from around the globe, we share a common call to care for creation. We are co-creatures, and part of all that God has made. Our wellbeing is interwoven with the wellbeing of the Earth. We rejoice in this opportunity to safeguard our common home and all beings who share it.
This year, the theme for the season is Listen to the Voice of Creation.This guide will help you learn about the Season and plan to celebrate it. More resources, including webinars and prayer services, a Facebook page, and photos, are available online.Please visit SeasonOfCreation.org to access all the materials.
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Introduction and Preparation Season of Creation 2022

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