A curriculum for followers of Jesus who want to connect their faith with their place.

  • How does our faith heritage speak to issues like climate change and environmental injustice?
  • Where in our circle of influence is creation struggling? What can we do about it?
  • What spiritual practices might help us care for the earth?

Curriculum Structure and Format

Every Creature Singing is divided into three units of four sessions each. The links below are to the U.S. version, free online below.

Each session includes:

  • Knowing Your Faith: Suggested scripture passages, a reflective essay and discussion questions.
  • Knowing Your Place: Questions that focus on the group’s surrounding neighborhood
  • Practices: Spiritual and household habits for daily living.
  • Additional resources
  • Leaders Guide

Adapt this material to fit your time slot and group.



Unit 1: Biblical and Theological Foundations         Eco-Lens Handout

Session 1 Don’t Be Afraid
Session 2 Jesus and Creation: In Search of a Whole Gospel
Session 3 Biblical Views of Nature
Session 4 The Human Calling

Unit 2: Pursuing Peace and Justice

Session 5 Environmental Disasters, Ancient and Modern
Session 6 Slow Violence and the Gospel of Peace
Session 7 Hearing from the Global Community
Session 8 Claiming Our Citizenship

Unit 3: Choosing a Simple Lifestyle

Session 9 Rethinking the Market Economy
Session 10 Simple Abundance
Session 11 Creating Communities of Accountability
Session 12 A Spirituality that Sustains 

Leader’s Guide



In July 2013, Mennonite Creation Care Network proposed a resolution to the delegates gathered at Mennonite Church USA’s biennial convention. The resolution called all Mennonite congregations to study creation care within their own ecological and social contexts during the next two years. The resolution passed, and Every Creature Singing was created to aid congregations in fulfilling this commitment.

Read the resolution

While this curriculum was developed with the Mennonite Church USA in mind, we hope it can serve a broader community as well. If you are from another denomination, please be gracious in tolerating our references to Mennonites!