Creation-tide Series

As we all enjoy the beauty of creation at this time of year as plants burst into spring-time life, the days grow longer and the air warms up, we turn our attention to God’s glorious creation and our place in being stewards of both it and all the good gifts we enjoy from God.

Creationtide or the Season of Creation is the period in the annual church calendar, dedicated to God as Creator and Sustainer of all life. Along with our themed services and sermons, we will gather for Bible studies and have material on which to reflect during the week in our own personal devotional times.

Series overview

Bible Studies will be held each Sunday at 11.15am (AEST) via Zoom . The link to join and the material to prepare is available below.

Sermon Series

Week 1 • Place of People in God’s World
Sermon by the Dean, the Very Revd Dr Andreas Loewe

Read the sermon here | Click here to download the material for the Bible Study

Week 2 • Creation
Sermon by the Revd Canon Christopher Carolane

Read the sermon here| Click here to download the material for the Bible Study

Week 3 • Physical Resources
Sermon by the Ven. Canon Heather Patacca

Click here to join the Bible Study | Click here to download the material for the Bible Study


Reflections for Daily Use

Daily Reflections for Creationtide, written by Richard Clarkson.
Reflections are offered for each day on a passage of scripture and set in the context of prayer. There is a question posed each day as an opportunity for further individual reflection. Suitable for use at any time of the day

Weekly Reflections

Each week, members of the Cathedral’s Chapter (Governing Body) will share a reflection on the weekly theme and practical ways to engage and promote good stewardship of God’s Creation.

Reflections will be posted here on our website and shared on our Facebook & Twitter pages.

How you can act

Learn more about the Cathedral’s Climate Action Campaign
St Paul’s Cathedral is committed to taking action to help prevent a climate emergency. Learn more about how we’re reducing our carbon footprint and how you can take steps to reduce yours.

Write a letter to your MP, Minister for Environment, or Prime Minister
Add your voice to call on the Government to take greater action to help prevent a climate emergency and to adopt the COP-26 targets committing to net-zero by 2050.

Planet Ark Facebook Page
Planet Ark share valuable practical tips and tricks to live more sustainably around the home

Prayers & Meditations for a beneficial COP26
Multifaith prayers and devotional resources, prepared by Bishop Philip Huggins and Ms Sarwart Tasneem.

Further Reading

ⓘ In line with current lockdown in Victoria, the Cathedral is closed. Worship continues online. Read More