If Christian worship entails definitions of what is to be human, this course engages the question: what is to be (the) earth? In this interdisciplinary course, we read important works from philosophical, anthropological, political, and indigenous perspectives on the earth, the environment and the anthropocene. From these expansive forms of knowledges and understandings, we engage in learning and dialoguing, recognizing challenges, correcting and expanding Christian notions of liturgical theologies, worship, rituals and liturgies in order to response to the current climate catastrophe of our time.