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Gaia | Healing God’s Creation Series
Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 4:00 pm to Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 5:00 pm
The Creationtide Series in 2021 focussed on the challenges that God’s creation faces as a result of the way that humankind has treated the world in which we live.
This new series will take us into what is required for the earth to be healed. How can we as God’s children better care for his creation in the way that he intended, halting the deterioration that has occurred due to the actions of humankind and enabling healing and restoration of it. What is the attitude and action that God desires that will enable us to give him glory and care for his creation?
For this series, Canon Glenn Loughrey will create some artwork during each service (with the exception of Easter Sunday) to enable members of the congregation to engage visually as well as audibly with the readings and sermon.
There will be a Bible study series after the 10am services during May and June which pick up on this sermon series. To enhance the engagement of the members of the congregation attending the Bible studies, it would be helpful for them to hear the sermons. We do not livestream evensongs, however, we are planning on videoing the sermons in this series and they will be placed on YouTube.
Sermons & Preachers
Sunday 1 May • Creation
The Revd Canon Helen Dwyer, Chaplain – Melbourne Grammar School
Sunday 8 May • Daily Bread
The Very Revd Dr Andreas Loewe, Dean
Sunday 15 May • New Creation (Easter Carols Service)
The Revd Kirsty Brown, Acting Precentor
Sunday 29 May • Reconciliation
The Revd Canon Glenn Loughrey, Cathedral Canon & Artist-in-Residence
Sunday 12 June • God the Creator; God the Saviour; God the Sustainer
The Revd Canon Prof. Dorothy Lee, Stewart Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity College
Sunday 19 June • Perfection
The Revd Canon Dr Rhys Bezzant, Dean Dean of the Anglican Institute, Ridley College
Image: Gaia at Bluedot Festival (UK)