A collection of liturgies that call the church to ecological faithfulness

When we worship, we are formed to be like God, the One who lovingly created and cares for the whole of the cosmos. As we face the unprecedented challenges of climate change and environmental degradation, churches are uniquely positioned to organize for justice. The resources on this site are curated to assist worship planners in designing services that celebrate our Creator and call us to the task of joining the Creator's work in the world. 


Scroll through our liturgy "prayer book." Follow the carefully selected links. Visit our co-conspirators. All of these resources are here for your perusal. Ready to browse?


Every full text on this website is here with the permission of the author. Each link is to a publicly available page. All the resources here are for use in public worship. We simply ask that you give credit where credit is due. Looking for a specific topic or type of liturgy? Use our search engine. 


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