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Creation Season 2012
October 7– October 28, 2012
(Proper 22 through Proper 25, Year B)

Proper 22, Year B
(October 7, 2012)

Humans Interacting/Reconciling with
'this fragile Earth, our island home'

Welcome! We're glad you're planning on observing a liturgical season of creation. We have prepared some materials for you to use in worship, teaching, and personal reflection.

The list of Hymns below is designed to help you select music that can apply to the themes of this Sunday in Creation Season recognizing Humans interacting/reconciling with "this fragile Earth, our island home." In addition to the specific hymns, there is also a general list of Hymns from Hymnal 1982, Wonder Love & Praise, and Gather that may be used for any of the Sundays of this season.

Hymns for Proper 22, Year B:

Gather (Comprehensive)

Number
Title
497
God of all Creation

Hymnal 1982

Number
Title
7
Christ, Whose Glory Fills the Skies
380
From All That Dwell Below the Skies
412
Earth and All Stars

Voices Found

Number
Title
93
God, Creator, Source of Healing

 

To other Hymn selections in this series
Proper 22
October 7
October 14
October 21
October 28
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Note: The Hymns for this Sunday were selected by the Rev Wanda Copeland and John G. Gibbs, PhD.

 

  • The Rev Wanda Copeland, former chair of MEESC (1996-2000) and chair of the Episcopal Ecological Network (2000-2004), served parishes in Elk River and Roseville, MN (1995-2012) and since 2012 has been Rector at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Horseheads, NY, and
  • John G. Gibbs, PhD , a retired theologian, resided in Park Rapids, MN,

when they originally prepared these materials in 2012. Wanda, Johnl, and we welcome your comments. Please address your comments or additional reflections to Wanda Copeland, John G. Gibbs, or any MEESC member, or mail them to:


MEESC
c/o C. Morello
4451 Lakeside Drive
Eveleth, MN 55743-4400 USA

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