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Want to celebrate God’s good earth in your church? Good Seed Sunday is an opportunity for you!

Celebrated on the Sunday following Earth Day, Christians across Canada honour the Creator by learning about, celebrating and even caring for creation. Delivered by A Rocha, Good Seed Sunday has grown into a movement driven by individuals like you.

This website is full of FREE downloadable resources that can help kick start a creation care movement in your church and neighbourhood. From sermons to Sunday school curriculum to ideas on practical earthkeeping, A Rocha’s Good Seed Sunday website is chockfull of helpful material.

Participate as one of many creation stewards on April 26, 2015 to celebrate God’s handiwork!

When Genesis and Jesus meet what do you get? A Rocha, that’s what–an evangelical Christian mission to gather and train followers of Jesus to appreciate and conserve this marvelous creation over which Jesus is Lord…For years I have been heartily commending this leadership and urging my friends to join in.

Rev. Eugene Peterson, author of The Message

For over 20 years I have been an enthusiastic supporter of A Rocha, having seen its practical and educational work around the world. A Rocha is, in my judgment, a very fine organization, which is worthy of our support.

Rev. Dr. John Stott

A Rocha is a strong and much needed voice calling us to an often neglected part of Christian discipleship: the care of creation. God cares for the world he has made and calls us to be part of his plan to restore all things to his glory. Our hope is not only for heaven through Christ but for a new heavens and new earth when Christ returns, a hope that stimulates us to faithful stewardship of the earth now. A Rocha is an important resource to stimulate and guide us in pursuing this call.

Leighton Ford, President, Leighton Ford Ministries

A Rocha is an excellent organization well-equipped to guide and teach people to care for God’s wonderful creation in very practical ways. A Rocha’s history of working across cultural and denominational barriers to encourage people to work together is very necessary, and the scientific expertise they are able to draw on ensures that God’s creation will not only be served enthusiastically but with wisdom as well.

Ed Brown, Executive Director, Care of Creation

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