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.
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.
* Note – Single booklet orders do not include access to videos.
If you want to find out more about this exciting new resource, please send us an email at email@example.com.
‘A fantastic resource that will enlarge your heart, inspire your thinking and move you to action.’
Justin Thacker, Cliff College
Watch the trailers
See what Ruth Valerio says about Tenants of the King
See what Mark Melluish says about Tenants of the King
A Creation Communion, written by Operation Noah supporter Sylvia Walker
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