Good Seed Sunday

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Plant a Seed on April 24, 2022

Held on the Sunday following Earth Day, Good Seed Sunday is a time for Christians across Canada to honour the Creator as they celebrate and care for creation.

We invite you to make use of our FREE downloadable resources. From sermons to Sunday school curriculum to ideas on practical creation care projects, A Rocha’s Good Seed Sunday resources can help kick start a creation care movement in your church and neighbourhood.

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Wondering how you can implement Good Seed Sunday in your community? Reach out for additional support or to inquire about a guest speaker from A Rocha.

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Here are some tried and true resources to kickstart Good Seed Sunday in your church community! Tag us on social media with how you’re celebrating #GoodSeedSunday.

Looking for longer-term engagement with your congregation? Church leaders and movers can draw from our Good Seed Sunday sermons, resources, and advocate guides to build a foundation to last generations.

Resources for Leaders

Looking to be equipped as a creation care leader in your church?

Join us for Caring for Creation in Your Church—a series of interactive webinars in April. We hope to address some common obstacles and equip you with tools and ideas for pursuing the care of creation within your congregation.

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I believe in my heart that faith in Jesus Christ can and will lead us beyond an exclusive concern for the well-being of other human beings to the broader concern for the well-being of birds in our backyards, the fish in our rivers, and every living creature on the face of the earth.
John Wesley
God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.
Martin Luther
To drive to extinction something [God] has created is wrong. He has a purpose for everything… We Christians have a responsibility to take the lead in caring for the earth.
Billy Graham
The Earth is the Lord’s and everything in it.
Psalm 24:1
God may well prefer the sound of spring peepers, but I have to believe there was joy in heaven when the first human being looked at the sky and said, ‘Thank you for all this.
Barbara Brown Taylor
If we learn to love the earth, we will find labyrinths, gardens, fountains, and precious jewels! A whole new world will open itself to us. We will discover what it means to be truly alive.
Teresa of Avila

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