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Be a Part of Christ Church Creation Care

Many of us have had peak religious moments in nature when we encounter God’s cathedral in its widest sense, in surrounding landscapes or sunsets. The outdoors is indeed the handiwork of God. Climate change and global warming are now affecting all of creation. The world is at risk. How can we, as Christians, become stewards of the Earth and be responsible in our relationship with earth, as God has asked us to do?

The Creation Care Sunday Forum Series

Sundays, 11:15 am, Parish Hall, in-person and livestream

Beginning Sunday, April 24, Christ Church Greenwich will host a series of talks on climate change

Biodiversity loss, plastic pollution, climate change, water stress — there are reasons for great concern about the health and future of the environment on which we depend. But there are also many reasons for hope. Science points to clear interventions. Innovation creates new solutions. Markets include natural capital. And, most importantly, increasing numbers of people with good will and strong intent are rallying to restore nature and “the handiwork of God.”


Sunday, May 29
“What Might We Owe?” with Bill McKibben

Past Creation Care SPeakers:

Sunday, May 22
The Rev. Fletcher Harper, Executive Director of Greenfaith, which is an international, multi-faith climate justice organization.
Watch livestream here

Sunday, May 15
“Spiritual Resilience and Leadership in a Climate Emergency” with The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Watch livestream here
Read sermon here

Sunday, May 8
Karenna Gore, Founder and Executive Director, Center for Earth Ethics Union
Watch livestream here 

Sunday, May 1
How People of Faith Can Help With a Climate Revival with The Rev. Jim Antal
Watch livestream here

Sunday, April 24
Creation Care Kickoff with Stewart Lindsay
Watch livestream here

Creation Care Bible Study

Co-led by The Rev. Marek Zabriskie and The Rev. Terry Elsberry

Monday Evenings: April 25 & May 2, 9, 16, 23
7:00 – 8:30 pm
The Rectory – 10 Park Place Greenwich
In-person only

Book available for $15 in Dogwood Books and Gifts

There has been a mindset that God gave humans full dominion over the planet without restraint or responsibility. The reality is that God calls us to be good stewards of creation. It is a vital responsibility. In recent decades, theologians and biblical scholars have reexamined the Bible more carefully to better understand our role as stewards of our world.

Marek Zabriskie worked with over 40 authors from around the world during the pandemic to put this book together. Six of the authors are upcoming Sunday Forum speakers.

Creation care Marek Zabriskie

The CCG Creation Care Committee

First Meeting: Sunday, May 1, 4:00-5:00 pm

We invite all interested members of Christ Church to join the new Creation Care Committee. Our parish is striving to be proactive as compassionate, responsible Christians and stewards of the Earth, as God has asked us to do. The Committee will collaborate to identify and act on how we can become more sustainable in our personal lives, on our campus, and to influence a greener Greenwich and beyond. If you would like to be on the committee or for more information, please contact Karen Royce or Stewart Lindsay