- 2023 Season of Creation Events -


September 1 to October 4

2023 Season of Creation Art and Photography Exhibition 

All works displayed on the Queensland Churches Environmental Network Facebook page. A selection will be exhibited at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane throughout September.


September 1 to October 

Season of Creation Challenge: Healthy Habits for a Healthy Planet

In a time of quarantine, digital learning, racial injustice, intensifying storms, and mass migration, holding space to act on climate change can feel overwhelming. This Season of Creation, start simple with one new daily habit for a healthy planet.


September 1 to October 4

Catholic Earthcare Australia Season of Creation Bingo

34 environmental actions for 34 days


Wednesday 6 September, 12pm

Special Season of Creation Service

Lychee Tree Lawn, Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens

Queensland Churches Environmental Network


Now until Thursday 7 September

Wild at Art Competition

Up until Threatened Species Day on Thursday 7 September, children aged 5 to 12 from across the country are invited to create an original artwork of one of Australia's many threatened native animals or plants, along with a short written component on their chosen threatened species.


Friday 29 September to Monday 2 October

Season of Creation Camping Trip

The Season of Creation Camping Trip is an opportunity to take a break from the busyness of life to enjoy a simple few days away to delight in the gift of creation and give glory to our Creator. It is a time to relax with friends, family and other members of the faith community. Held at Wooglemai (Guntawang) Catholic Bush Retreat + Environmental Education Centre, Sheehys Creek Road, Oakdale.


Please note: This list will be updated as further events are confirmed. If you would like to add your Season of Creation event please email us at [email protected]


Tuesday 3 October

Meet the "Forrest Maker": Offering Hope for a Planet in Crisis with Tony Rinaudo

On Tuesday 3 October ISCAST—Christianity & Science in Conversation is hosting a talk and Q&A with Tony Rinaudo at Epping Church of Christ, 7:00-8:30pm AEST.

Tony Rinaudo is known as the “Forest Maker" after his 17 years in Niger led him to the discovery and pioneering of an embarrassingly simple and affordable method of regreening land by reviving damaged trees instead of planting new ones.

Find out more about this free event, and RSVP to attend, here


Sunday 22 October 

Blessing of the Animals Service, 10am at Canberra Baptist Church, Ngunnawal and Ngambri land, 11 Currie Cres, Kingston ACT 2604