This series of 40 full-colour visionary paintings, poems and reflections highlighting issues of climate justice and asking ‘How can we bring about positive change together?’ was first shown at COP26 by Tearfund.
Climate change has been called the single greatest issue facing humanity and this little book offers us much-needed inspiration, challenge and hope for the future. Post-COP26 it’s a rallying call for people to keep on using their creative energies in the work of turning the fate of planet Earth around, before it’s too late.
Caring For Creation Together can be used in a reading or action group; in church worship or personal contemplation; in a Lenten, or other, discipline; or given as a gift to any passionate young – or old – person longing to make a difference.
Emma Major is a mum, wife, friend, pioneer lay minister, blind wheelchair user, poet and artist. Her work was featured on the Channel 4 series Grayson’s Art Club, and she is the author of Little Guy: Journey of Hope (Wild Goose Publications).