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The CREATIVE SOURCES PORTAL is being generated by a group of volunteers who believe the Church is experiencing an 'explosion' of creative arts and worship resources. People are rarely aware of a renaissance period until it's in the rear-view mirror, but we’re convinced we’re in the midst of one right now!

Twice-monthly online meetings were initially focussed on identifying and sharing 'bright lights' — people and places exploring new possibilities during a time of losses. We asked ourselves: What tangible ’something' could we do that would benefit the wider church?

We agreed that a listing of online resources could be invaluable for communities of faith and that there should be a central access point. The shape of the CREATIVE SOURCES PORTAL began to emerge. 

Some key features of the Portal will include:

• web addresses with brief explanatory statements

• listings organized by category (music, spoken word, images, etc.)

• subcategories where applicable

• FREE for listers and users

• Canadian resources highlighted 

• user-friendly

Launch Target: Fall 2022

Temporary Contact: ("Creative Sources Portal" in the subject line)

For this edition of our newsletter, we’ve provided two streams of music suggestions: the usual Revised Common Lectionary and the Season of Creation. The following information is from the Season of Creation website:

"The Season of Creation is a time to renew our relationship with our Creator and all creation through celebration, conversion, and commitment together. During the Season of Creation, we join our sisters and brothers in the ecumenical family in prayer and action for our common home."

Music Suggestions for September 2022


September 4

13th Sunday after Pentecost

---"Come, Dare to Be"

---"Go Gently, Go Lightly" (Key of Eb)

---"Go Gently, Go Lightly" (Key of C)

---"Holy One"

---"In the Quiet of This Day"

---"Jesus, I Come"

---"Loving Spirit"

---"Simply to Be"

---"There Is No Perfect Place"

September 5 ・Labour Day

---"This Thread I Weave"


September 11

14th Sunday after Pentecost

---"Becoming Who We Are"

---"Come, Teach Us,

------Spirit of Our God"

---"How Great the Mystery of Faith"

---"In Solitude"

---"Loving Spirit"

・Anniversary of 9-11

---"When We Have No Words"

September 14

Holy Cross

---"Dear Christ, Uplifted

--------from the Earth"

---"For Ourselves No Longer Living"

---"In What Strange Land"

September 18

15th Sunday after Pentecost

---"A Minimal Hymn"

---"Forgive, Forgive Us, Holy God"

---"God of Jeremiah"

September 25

16th Sunday after Pentecost

---"God of Jeremiah"

---"Go Gently, Go Lightly" (Key of Eb)

---"Go Gently, Go Lightly" (Key of C)

---"Here We Bring, Small or Great"


September 4

・1st Sunday in Creation

••— Ocean Sunday

---"Dance Upon the Shore"

---"The Quiet of the Water"

---"Wind on the Water"

---"Womb Water"

September 11

・2nd Sunday in Creation

••— Animal Sunday

---"A Song of Love"

---"Shout for God!"

---"Teach Me, God, to Wonder"

September 18

・3rd Sunday in Creation

••— Storm Sunday

---"As the Wind Song through the Trees"

---"Gather Me"

---"Holy Ground"

---"Kindred in Spirit

------Through Jesus Christ"

---"Now All Within This Place"

September 25

・4th Sunday in Creation

••— Universe Sunday

---"All That We Have"

---"Come, Holy Visitor"

---"God, the All Holy"

---"Holy Ground"

---"Teach Me, God, to Wonder"

Additional resources available at:


2022 Theme: End racism. Build peace.

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September.

The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.

But achieving true peace entails much more than laying down arms. It requires the building of societies where all members feel that they can flourish. It involves creating a world in which people are treated equally, regardless of their race.

Additional resources available at:


"Stranger Standing at My Door"

"Walls That Divide"

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