In theological terms, creation is both an action of God, and the result of that action. Creation is all that has been made: human and non-human; sentient and non-sentient. The word ‘creation’ denotes the earth, and the larger universe of which it is part. But creation also names the free divine initiative which has summoned that universe into being and declared ‘it is good’. The exhibitions that follow explore both aspects of the word, as well as the way that Christianity proclaims the renewal of creation, beginning on the morning of the resurrection.