People familiar with Creation Day know that it is most often celebrated on the first Sunday of March. Over the years, there have been various attempts to identify the exact day of creation, however, we have chosen to celebrate “Creation Day” on the first Sunday of March.
Spring is traditionally viewed as the beginning of the growing season and the time of new life. In this time of renewal, we want to celebrate life, its true origin, and remind people of the world community that, “In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth…”
As Christians, it is imperative that we take responsibility for teaching our children creation from the biblical perspective. God’s word, “In the beginning…” is rarely heard in a classroom today, and, when it is, it is often perceived to be a an alternate theory of the universe.