The Anglican Communion Environmental Network has a host of useful resources. These include:
- Videos, statements and reports from the Eco Bishops: Anglican bishops for climate justice and Eco Bishops 2018
- A plastic fast for Lent
- A Care for Creation youth manual
- Oceans of Plastic – a resource for Sunday schools
And much, much more! Also, follow ACEN on Facebook: Facebook: Green Anglicans.
Visual prayers and reflections : A variety of environmental / climate change Power Points and videos are on our website here: Anglican Alliance – prayer and worship.
Pray and Fast for the Climate provides extremely helpful and well-researched prayer points each month. Helpful for fulfilling ACC resolution ACC resolution 16.08 Response to Climate Change, which encourages Anglicans everywhere to pray and fast, especially on the first day of each month.
The Anglican Board of Mission (ABM) in Australia have recently launched a set of Bible studies “Climate for Change“ about climate change and the action we need to take, written through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Sustainable Preaching’– Preaching for God’s World. Anglicans are involved in an ecumenical project which provides preachers with sermon notes for the Revised Common Lectionary readings for each Sunday of the year: Sustainable-preaching.org
Season of Creation: September 1st – October 4th . Since 2009, the Anglican Consultative Council has called on provinces to include the Season of Creation in their yearly pattern of worship (for example see: A17:05). See our page on the Season of Creation for more information and a host of visual prayers and reflections.
The Season of Creation website has a host of resources. These include the annual themed celebration guides and denominational resources. There are several Anglicans on the Season of Creation Advisory Committee and the Anglican denominational resources are prepared by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.
See also this news story: Anglicans around the world respond to the Season of Creation.
A set of Bible studies that explore the Sustainable Development Goals through the lens of the Anglican Marks of Mission will be available shortly.
A guide on how best to talk to the centre right about climate change: Climate Outreach.