In this study, the Christian responsibility for environmental preservation in the era of climate crisis was investigated, and the direction of Forest Kindergarten based on the Christian worldview was sought. The root cause of the climate crisis lies in a human-centered worldview, the growth of modern industry and technological science, and a consumption-oriented social structure. Accordingly, Christianity first establishes a correct relationship between God the Creator and human beings and nature, secondly recognizes that the ecological environment belongs to God, not ours, thirdly fulfills stewardship for creation in accordance with the cultural mandate, and fourthly, love and respect all life created by God. Christianity has an educational mission to teach the children to lead a happy life now and in the future through education based on the belief in creation. Forest Kindergarten is attracting attention as a future education that practices life-centered sustainable education in the forest. The direction of Forest Kindergarten based on the Christian worldview is, first, based on the belief in creation and the existence of the Creator; second, rest and recovery education through play and rest suitable for the development of infancy; and third, the coexistence of humans and nature and The life of coexistence must be taught. Fourth, appreciate the beauty of the creation. Fifth, enjoy the nature as a steward of the creation, but have the responsibility to manage and take care of it.