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Creation Time 4
Creation Time 4
October 1, 2023
October 2, 2022
Awe before Creation
: A theme-based service of worship for Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost.
Creation and Creativity
: A theme-based service of worship for Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost with a short skit.
Gathering Lectionary for Pentecost 2, September 11-November 20, 2022
: Includes suggested readings, hymns, worship sparks, children's time ideas, sermon starters, etc.
The Seasons: Eros and a Right Relation with Earth
: A theme-based service of worship for Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost which uses eros as a lens to gain insight into right relation with earth and all creation.
What Is Creation Saying to Us? Love Me!
: A worship service for the fourth Sunday, Year A, Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost.
Universal Light (music)
: Musical score for "Universal Light," a communion prayer by Bruce Harding, Marie Lewin, and Rod Sykes.
Acknowledging the Territory in Worship
: A brief guide to help congregations and bodies of the church incorporate an Acknowledgement of Territory into their gatherings.
Season of Creation (English/Spanish)
: Bilingual prayers by Richard Bott/Eva Quintana Crelis drawn from Gathering, Pentecost 2, 2016, for Creation Time, Year C.
The Liturgical Colour Orange and Ember Days
: A history of the colour orange and ember days for use in Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost.
With Respect in Creation
: A five-session Sunday school series that invites children to learn more about what is happening to God’s creation and how to take action as people of faith.
There’s One Church—the Universal One
: YGM 2022: October 2. Thank you for supporting worldwide ecumenical efforts to build a better world through Mission & Service.
The Sunflower Man
The story of “The Sunflower Man,” a healing, community-based dance performance based on the regenerating life and work of migrant farmworkers in the Niagara Region.
What Do We Call Ourselves?
For Latin American Heritage Month, Néstor Medina contrasts the long history of others naming people of Latin American heritage — to today, when we choose to name ourselves.
October is Latin American Heritage Month
Éric Hébert-Daly previews ways the United Church will commemorate Latin American Heritage Month and celebrates our connection to Latino communities of faith.
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