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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

  • Father Ron Smith on The church as Emmaus presenceSpot on, Father! As Jesus was recognised by the two disciples – not by his physical appearance, but by his…
  • John Cathcart on The church as Emmaus presenceThank you for this. Very insightful and inspired. Particularly like the connection between bread as thr body of Christ and…
  • Kyn Barker on The church as Emmaus presenceMy sermon for Sunday was coming together pretty well but seemed to be missing something, which was just hidden…(where to…
  • Anita Jensen on Prayers celebrating a dead fishI think pets are super important and their life should be respected, especially when it ends. Also – a person’s…
  • Jesse Dymond on Does God require sacrifice?I’ve been sitting on this since Good Friday, and very much in line with Dell’s comment above. Discipleship without suffering…
  • Lynn Mitchell on Prayers celebrating a dead fishI have said prayers over three short-lived goldfish, and three beloved cats. Pets add a hugely important dimension to family…
  • Martha Tatarnic on Does God require sacrifice?I am so grateful for your thoughtful response and for furthering the conversation (and my own understanding of the question)…
  • Dell Bornowsky on Does God require sacrifice?Martha, Brilliant ! Thank you so much for raising this. I am not sure how the refrain “God doesn’t want…
  • Martha Tatarnic on Does God require sacrifice?Thanks Amy!
  • Amy Cousineau on Does God require sacrifice?Thank you Martha for this profound and insightful reflection on suffering, and on the Wab Kinew’s book.

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