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Caring for Creation

We are all part of God’s Creation. We are bound, as Christians, to care for Creation and be good stewards of the earth. This space will reflect upon contemporary environmental and climate challenges faced by our society. We will explore the Church’s role in environmental and climate work, and share the work being done by the General Synod Creation Matters Group and KAIROS Canada.


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Cam Gray
I am a children and youth worker at the Church of the Advent in Victoria, BC and the General Synod representative to the KAIROS Sustainability Circle.

Recent blog posts

We are water

March 21st, 2013

Our daily lives depend on water for myriad of functions and activities. Not only do we rely on water for our physical existence, it is crucial for our ecological, economic, social, and spiritual wellbeing.


Why I care for creation

March 13th, 2013

How do you care for creation in your daily life, and what does it mean for us to “care for creation?”


Recent comments

  • Adam Armstrong on Preparing for Holy WeekFair enough. But there is an unfortunate trend for clergy and congregations to play down the Passion. I have heard…
  • Roderic Brawn on Preparing for Holy WeekI love the music of the Palms. We had an arrangement of “All Glory Laud and Honour” we did with…
  • Kristen Aikman on Preparing for Holy WeekThank you for sharing your thoughts and your local option Adam Armstrong. In my context, I’ve found the abundant use…
  • Adam Armstrong on Preparing for Holy WeekNo plain black cassocks, please. The liturgies are celebrations, even Goof Friday (check your BAS). Cassocks are not vestments for…
  • RON M WEEKS on Who are you?The core of life is the soul of human existence. Body and mind and heart and spirit can and are…
  • Peter Davison on Dung in her hairGood article, though you might like to replace ‘a pension for being the best’ with ‘a penchant for being the…
  • Maureen Murphy on Dung in her hairVery interesting. What I take from this is that we are all “worthy” and forms of self condemnation are not…
  • Raymond Watchman on Who are you?I agree with John! To me, this is a wonderfully perceptive article that gets to the very core of Christianity…
  • John Hornblow on Who are you?Really good article Mike Sinclair thoughtful and reassuring. Keep up the constructive leadership you offer.

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