LIFE Group Hub

Relationship with Creation

Below are different group practices that help foster our relationships with Creation. You can use these to guide your group through a process of designing your own unique rhythm. Feel free to choose from these or devise your own. Comment on particular resources so we know what has worked for you and what didn’t. Have another idea? Add a comment to the Leader’s Input area.

ReFrame – Video Series

 REFRAME “is a dynamic and thought-provoking discipleship course that helps everyday people connect the Gospel with all aspects of life—everywhere. ReFrame’s vision is to unleash the Church’s missional impact in society by helping ordinary Christians live out the...

Planted – Book

Planted: A Story of Creation, Calling, and Community by Leah Kostamo explores ways to embrace our calling to care for creation. LB = Available in CPC Library  There are many good books about creation care and how to connect our work to God’s good work in the world....

Your Work Story

Take turns sharing about your work or visit the places where your group member's spend their time during the week. What has you work history been? What are your greatest joys and struggles in your work inside and outside the home? What is your relationship to work...

Explore Together

Go for a hike. Spend some time at the beach. Visit a part of your neighbourhood or city together than you don’t know well. As you explore creation be aware of what points you to God?

Visit A Rocha

A Rocha is a Christian environmental stewardship organization with a farm site in Surrey. A Rocha hosts educational volunteer days once a month on Saturdays and offers a number of workshops on spirituality, creation care, and the arts throughout the year....

Trash Bash / Shoreline Cleanup

Trash Bash – Take turns cleaning up the trash in the neighbourhoods where your group members live or work. Adopt a street near by and commit to keep it clean. Go to the Corporation of Delta's website to find out how to adopt a local street or pathway. Notice what kind...

Eat Together

Try to share a meal together following the LOAF principles: Local, Organic, Animal-friendly, Fairly-traded. See if you can eat seasonally (http://www.eattheseasons.com) and use ingredients you have...