Our planet

Resources and articles to support with good stewardship of God's world

Diocese of Norwich environmental resources for parishes

Developing wisdom and courageous advocacy are two integral components of the SIAMS Schedule with schools/inspectors asked to explore:

How well the school’s Christian vision inspires the
whole school community to engage in social
action and to be courageous advocates for change
in their local, national and global communities


Useful resources

The Diocese of London have created a resource with environmental events linked to the 2020/2021 calendar year.

There is fantastic Faith at Home collective worship video and planning for Primary Schools to generate reflection on climate emergencies.  There is also a video and planning for Secondary Schools.

Dear World Leaders…

The Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) at Anglia Ruskin University is celebrating its 10th anniversary. For this anniversary almost a hundred children, each about the same age as the institute, wrote letters to World Leaders, sharing their thoughts about climate change and their hopes for the next 10 years. Letters were received from children in the UK, India, USA, Australia, Russia, Hungary, Nigeria, Mexico, and Brazil.

As a result, a FREE downloadable book has been produced to try to bring together some of the things that have changed during the children’s lifetime and highlight the things we need to do in the next 10 years – things that the children call for in their letters.

The book explores many areas of environmental concern and provides some thought-provoking activities at the back to use with primary aged children.

Ten years is a lifetime for many children, including the children who wrote the letters that inspired the publication of this book. We now acknowledge that as stewards of God’s creation we have left it late to act, but it is not too late, to change the future. The next ten years are key in making good some of the bad things that have happened to God’s world.

To download the book please click on the file below:


This updated resource Our School: Our World by the Diocese of Norwich Education team outlines practical ideas from Christian and other perspectives to develop stewardship of God’s world in schools.Watch this video, where Bishop Graham introduces the booklet:

Environment resources
Resources to support engagement with environmental subjects, taking you directly to the Mission Hub area

Related Events

Enjoying Creation and achieving change, nationally and internationally

Tue 19 Oct at 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm

Join the Hempnall Group of Parishes for a 'Climate Challenge Evening' where we will be looking at the climate situation and what we can all do to help.


Concluding Reflections – Dippy on Tour

Tue 19 Oct at 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm

Norwich Cathedral

Join a panel of speakers including The Reverend Dr Peter Doll Canon Librarian and The Reverend Canon Andrew Bryant Canon for Mission & Pastoral Care to discuss what we have learnt from the Dippy experience in the Cathedral.


The Ocean, Climate Change & Christianity: Blue Planet, Blue God

Tue 19 Oct at 7.30 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Human activity is having profound effects on the world's oceans with long-term consequences for climate change, Professor Meric Srokosz dives deeper into the subject.


Climate and Conflict: Bridging our divisions for the sake of the Earth

Mon 25 Oct at 7.30 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Join Dr Justine Huxley as she discusses how economic injustice and the climate emergency are deepening social divisions.


‘Thank you for the rain’ – Film Screening with discussion

Fri 29 Oct at 7.00 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Join us as we watch the critically acclaimed film "Thank you for the rain" following the experiences of a Kenyan farmer, followed by a discussion by Chris Hull (Christian Aid)


Green Church Showcase Live

Tue 2 Nov at 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm


Join online or in Glasgow for the premiere screening of the Green Church Showcase film.


RE Local Leaders Forum with Chris Allen & Katy McKay

Mon 7 Feb 2022 at 1.30 pm - 4.30 pm

Diocesan House

This session is open to all RE subject leaders from all schools across the County / Diocese.


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