New church resource for campaigning on climate change

By staff writers
March 18, 2009

Operation Noah has launched a Church Action Starter Pack for communities wanting to learn and take action on climate change.

In the run-up to the monumentally important Copenhagen climate change negotiations, it’s imperative that churches mobilise and engage on climate change issues and recognise the important role they can play as community leaders on this issue, say campaigners.

To this end, Operation Noah has produced this pack of resources to accompany its ARK campaign. There are resources suitable for all the different sectors of the church community, including the workbook Between the Flood and the Rainbow, the DVD God is Green, liturgical resources and specific ARK campaign actions people can take, such as the celebrated origami ARK petition, the ARK building competition and instructions on how to organise an event.

The packs cost £20 and can be purchased by contacting Operation Noah (, 020 7324 4761, Operation Noah, 28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT). Payment can be made by Paypal or by cheque (made payable to Operation Noah).

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