Study Courses on Christian Care for Creation 

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With thanks to Jemima Parker (Leeds DEO) for identifying these resources 

Church of England: Creationtide discussion and reflection resources

Daily readings, reflections and discussion questions for the 5 weeks of Creationtide (1st September -4th October)

Saying Yes to Life

Six session study course based on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2020 Lent Book written by Ruth Valerio. Using the six days of creation as a theme the book and discussion questions explore God’s relationship with creation, our place in the natural world and our Christian response. Book details, accompanying notes, youth resources and course videos here

Tenants of the King: Operation Noah study course

This four-part study series. 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.

Creation Matters

These seven sessions focus on how we can better care for God's creation. They are a mix of bible studies and practical reflections on our lifestyle, so may be a little different from the small group sessions we normally do.

Christianity and Creation

Green Discipleship for Cornwall. A 4 week study course. 

Let there be… stuff?

A spirit-filled response to a consumer-crazed world. A faith-based program for Christian teens from A Rocha UK. 

6 group sessions for teenagers 2016

Consumer Detox

Seven weeks to detox from consumerism. This course from St George’s Leeds is based on the ideas explored in the book Consumer Detox by Mark Powley. 7 group sessions 2012

Mission and Creation Care for Christian Disciples: John Ray Institute

5 Group Studies The focused on mobilising congregations and churches in living out the mission of God and to see individual lives, communities, and the environment flourish. A core feature of this is to challenge congregations and communities in the UK to change their values from individual consumerism to justice and sustainability both locally and globally.


A more extensive list of courses is available on the Green Christian’s website.