Winchester

Study Courses on Christian Care for Creation

There are a variety of bible study resources available on the theme of caring for creation, protecting the environment and a biblical response to climate change. Some have a practical emphasis giving plenty of opportunities for your group to respond to the Word, while others focus more on the theology of our stewardship of creation or Christ’s renewal of all the earth. You will need to discern which would be most appropriate for your group(s). While each is written with groups in mind, they could also be used for personal study.

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.

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

Tearfund: Renew Our World Resources

Bible study to explore the theme of renewal in the Bible and think about how we can get involved in God’s renewal of his world.

3 group sessions 2016 + 1 session on Food 2017

(Bible Study can be found bottom right)

Christian Aid Bible Studies: Climate Change.

Designed to help you explore what the Bible has to say about our connection with our environment and the particular responsibility we have to ensure that the poorest have access to a fair share of the earth’s resources.

5 group sessions

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

A Christian Look at the Environment

Bible Studies by Dena Burne from the John Ray Institute, which connects Environment, Science and Christianity.

5 group sessions