It is absolutely crucial that education becomes an integral component in our efforts to become communities that care for creation. We cannot assume that people discern the urgent nature of the ecological issues. We cannot take for granted that they understand the dynamics of global warming or the deterioration of the ozone layer or the loss of biological species. We cannot assume that people will see how some biblical interpretations and some theological points of view have in fact been contributing to the mentality that degrades the Earth. Learning about these things is essential to becoming part of the movement in the church to care for the earth.

1. Theological Reflection: why education is essential

2. Action Plan: implementation ideas

3. Resources: curriculum, books, ideas, and more!


4. Checklist: keep track of your creation-care commitments









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81 Denominational Statements on Environmental Policy
82 Congregational Curricula and Programs on "The Future of Creation"
83 Stewardship of Creation Eucharistic Liturgy Setting
84 Recycling for Adults: "A Little Time Can Make a Big Difference"
85 Confirmation: Stewardship of the Earth
86 First Communion and Stewardship of Creation
87 Stewardship Lessons from the "Good Old Days"
88 Spread the Word
89 Food and the Environment
90 Check It Out! An Environmental Audit of Church Buildings for All Ages
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