Throughout Advent, the Anglican Indigenous Network and Anglican Communion Environmental Network are offering a series of four weekly webinars, bringing perspectives from Indigenous communities across the Communion on the planetary environmental emergency. Contributions will come from Aotearoa and Polynesia (30 November), Amazonia (7 December), Africa (14 December) and the Arctic (21 December).
Described as “a lament in the present and a vision for living well”, the sessions will look at both the current reality facing communities and draw on Indigenous wisdom for shaping a prophetic vision of a better future.
Each week, a 45-minute video from one of the regions will be presented, followed by discussion.Click here for details abd registration lnks
This resource, from the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, is aimed at 13-18 years olds taking confirmation classes, Youth Groups, and Youth Guilds. This resource forms part of a confirmation and youth training program that will grow and establish a generation of Anglicans who are committed to safeguarding the integrity of creation and to sustaining and renewing the life of the Earth.Download
April 2016: The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby met fifty young Anglicans from across southern Africa to discuss the environment and discipleship at a youth conference in Lusaka ahead of the Anglican Consultative Council meeting.
On and around 22 March 2017, the UN’s World Water Day, cathedrals and churches around the world will lift their voices to draw attention to our obligation to care for God’s sustaining gift of water in all its forms. Anglican cathedrals in Cape Town, London and Melbourne, and Trinity Church Wall Street in New York have partnered to produce and gather a raft of resources.More Resources
The Anglican Communion Environmental Network and the Global Catholic Climate Movement have together produced a calendar for a Lenten fast for creation, with stories and other material to help us reflect on creation and those who share it, and to pray with people around the world.