Resources: Church resources

Talking to our Church Leaders about the Climate Crisis

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Date posted: 11 February 2021

Operation Noah board member, Rachie Ross, recently spoke to church leaders in her local area about how they could best tackle the climate crisis. Watch her talk here.

Operation Noah has board members available to talk to your church or church leaders. Get in touch to find out more.

Climate Sunday resources

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In October 2020 Rev Helen Burnett held two Climate Sunday services at St Peter and St Paul’s Chaldon, in the Diocese of Southwark where she is Vicar. She has kindly shard her service sheets, prayers and sermons for anyone who finds them of use in planning their own Climate Sunday service.

Climate Sunday is calling on churches to hold a climate-focused service, to explore the theological and scientific basis of creation care and action on climate, to pray, and to commit to action in the lead up to COP26, a conference where world leaders will meet in Glasgow n November 2021 to talk about the climate crisis.

Meet Sālote, a seven-year-old witness from the frontlines of climate change

Posted in: Church resources, Communicating climate change, Featured
Resource type: Activities, Video and audio

Operation Noah has launched a thought-provoking animated film, Sālote, to help Christians around the world recognise the human cost of climate change, and its particular impact on women and children. An accompanying activity pack is also available to order or download.

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Tenants of the King study guide

Posted in: Church resources, Communicating climate change, Theology
Resource type: Bible studies and reflections

Now available for your church

Tenants of the King is a new Bible-based, Jesus-centred resource from Operation Noah. This four-part study series is designed to help you and your church consider what the Bible has to say about today’s climate crisis.

Through interactive group sessions, video interviews with leading Christian thinkers and insightful Bible commentary, this resource will help you and your church to reflect on the challenges of a changing climate, and how Christians can respond with hope to one of today’s greatest challenges.

This multimedia study guide includes:

  • Study guide booklets complete with material for four, one hour-long group study sessions.
  • Video interviews with experts including Rt Revd. Graham Tomlin (Bishop of Kensington), Rev. Mark Melluish (New Wine), Dr Ruth Valerio (Tearfund) and Dr Justin Thacker (Cliff College).
  • In-depth Leaders’ Notes to help you lead your small group study.

If you want to find out more about this exciting new resource, please send us an email at admin@operationnoah.org or order your copies below.

‘A fantastic resource that will enlarge your heart, inspire your thinking and move you to action.’
Justin Thacker, Cliff College

  • The Tenants of the King booklet is available as a downloadable pdf which you can order below. If you use these resources more widely, we would be very grateful if you could make a donation to Operation Noah as a thank-you. Donate here.
  • The videos are freely available to download straight to your computer. Please email admin@operationnoah.org to receive them. If you order the booklet as a pdf, you will also receive the videos.
  • We do still have stocks of hard copy booklets and the video on usb sticks. If you would like to receive them in this format please place an order below.
Front cover of the study guide, with photo of a small church in the mountains.
Order options

If you would like to order larger quantities of this resource, or place orders from overseas, please contact us directly on admin@operationnoah.org for assistance.

 

Watch the trailers

See what Ruth Valerio says about Tenants of the King

Video still showing Ruth Valerio speaking.

See what Mark Melluish says about Tenants of the King

Video still showing Mark Melluish speaking.

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