Climate Justice with and for Children and Youth in Churches: Get Informed, Get Inspired, Take Action – The World Council of Churches has created a list of resources and initiatives that can help get kids talking about climate change from a faith-based perspective.
Little Adventures, Big Connections – Author Jared Goodykoontz is an environmental educator who has integrated his faith and love of nature into a Sunday school curriculum intended to be taught outdoors. Children will explore scriptures that focus on attributes of God through hands-on activities in nature.
Making a Difference for Creation: Stories for your Great Great Great Great Great Grandchildren: A Junior Youth Retreat – Mennonite Church Eastern Canada’s Katie Goerzen-Sheard has written a 2-3 hour youth retreat guide with activities that can be done online or outside. Activities involve prayers, reflection questions, art and spiritual walking exercises.
Writing a Life Story of Creation Care: A Youth Retreat – This is another 2-3 hour youth retreat guide with activities that can be done online or outside. Activities involve prayers, watching video reflections on big questions, reflection questions, spiritual walking exercises and Lectio Divina.
Youth Creation Care Summit Curriculum – This curriculum was originally created for a summer camp in Goshen, Indiana. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this camp never occurred, but camps and youth groups are free to use this 6-day curriculum filled with biblical reflections and activities.