Many churches have begun holding outdoor worship services, whether as an intentional engagement with creation or a continuing practice from the initial response to the COVID pandemic. If this is a practice you are engaging with, the Faraday Institute has cultivated a list of resources to help you.
The songs sung by the church can tell us a lot about our theology. This article from Sojourners traces the recent history of worship music that engages with creation care.
With their 2022 release of Climate Vigil Songs, The Porter’s Gate made a significant contribution to a slowly changing trend in the content of worship songs.
ECLAS (Equipping Christian Leaders in an Age of Science) in one of our peer organizations. They recently launched their own blog which includes resources and recommendations for science-engaged worship, including when it comes to preaching, music, the church calendar, and more.
Following the path first mapped by Scientists in Congregations in the US, over 50 UK churches and ministries were awarded grants to do creative ministry engaging science at the congregational level. Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science (ECLAS) lists the recipients with brief project descriptions for each one. Many have their own website where you can dive deeper into the specific programs they have developed.