Ecological Liturgy and the Church in Africa is a collection of scholarly papers to mark my fiftieth (50th) birthday (10th May, 2021) and twentieth (20th) priestly anniversary of ordination (4th August, 2021). Ecological liturgy means the celebration of the goodness of God in creation which offers avenues for liturgy to dialogue with environment. While recognising the special advantage of interdisciplinary approach in modern scholarship, it retains a special predilection for the works that have liturgical perspective. The carefully edited and peer-reviewed book tackles the vexing question of ecology and the challenge to the Church in Africa via the interconnectivity with the advocacy for environmental concerns, struggle for human liberation and transformation. It is designed to be a reference book for scholars, the clergy, religious men and women as well as the laity. This one volume, fifteen-chapter book is distinctively insightful and stimulating overview of the place of ecological liturgy in Africa to meet the multifarious African needs on the subject matter in the 21st century African Catholicism. The book demands a radical response by those who read it.