- 2023 Eater’s Guide to the Farm Bill:Learn how the Farm Bill impacts every part of your food — from where and how it is grown, how it is processed, how much it costs and money you may receive to help pay for your food. Download and use the guide to help shape a fair and ecologically sound food and farm system.
- Train to become a certified Blessed Tomorrow Climate Ambassador (free): Click here
- MOVING FORWARD: A Guide to Climate Action For Your Congregation and Community: Click here
- 12 ways Presbyterians are taking environmental action 3/2021 (PMA article): Click here
- Christian education materials to equip faith communities to protect, restore, and more rightly share God’s creation. The 2021 theme is “A New Heaven and a New Earth” and focuses on health, environmental racism, and eco-justice, 4/2021 (UCC): Click here
- PRC Environmental Resource page: Click here
- Creation Justice Ministries curated resource page: Click here
- Presbyterians for Earth Care offers up a webinar on sustainable transportation, 9/2023 article with link to webinar: Click here
- A Presbyterians for Earth Care webinar put on by the National Wildlife Federation looks at how to get started, 5/2023: Click here
- PC(USA) climate justice webinar lifts voices of women, 3/2022 recorded webinar: Click here
- Everyday God-Talk, 7/2021, A Reformed theology focus on environmental justice and climate crisis is seen through the contemplation of God’s Creation in 4 video episodes: Click here
- Good Stewards Together: Twelve Intergenerational Summer Events (Sparkhouse, 2021). This curriculum provides detailed plans for one-two hour faith formation events for all ages that explore the biblical understanding of what it means to be a steward of the gifts God has given us, including the earth and all that is in it: Click here
- Preaching Creation: The Environment and the Pulpit, by John Holbert (Cascade, 2011). The author advocated for the environmental issues that we face being included in sermons and shows the significant Biblical resources that can be used toward that task. It offers close looks at important biblical passages that address the cosmos of God and presents sample sermons founded on those passages.
- Here: The Dot We Call Home, by Laura Alary (Paraclete, 2022). In this picture book, a child finds clues that others have lived in her house before her, and she begins to wonder about them and those who will come after her. The more she wonders, the more her sense of home expands to include the whole world and she wonders how to care for it.
- Wild Hope: Stories for Lent from the Vanishing by Gayle Boss, 2020 Paraclete: Click here
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