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ALTERnativity Advent workshop

How do we celebrate Christmas while the world is in crisis? Our fabulous partner, ALTERnativity, has designed an online workshop to inspire you and your small group this Advent.

Climate justice all-age talk

Use these all-age worship ideas to inspire your church to reflect on climate justice.

Just Scripture: Lent and Easter

A group Bible discussion session on the theme of climate change for Lent and Easter 2019.

Lent and Easter 2019 school assembly presentation

This year's Lent and Easter appeal is centred on climate change. This PowerPoint presentation gets your pupils thinking about how they, like the young people in affected parts of the Philippines, can also rise up and become young climate change activists. To be used alongside the schools assembly resource pack.

Lent and Easter school assembly pack (PDF)

This year, the Lent and Easter appeal focuses on climate change. In this assembly (or series of assemblies), pupils will explore the importance of community, and living well together.  This pack is to be used with the schools assembly PowerPoint presentation.

Count Your Blessings 2019, English (PDF)

Journey through Lent following the stories of Lope, Eva and Mary Ann. Rise up and put your faith into action through daily reflections and challenges.

Cyfra Dy Fendithion 2019, Cymraeg (PDF)

Teithiwch trwy’r Grawys yn dilyn storïau Lope, Eva a Mary Ann. Codwch a rhowch eich ffydd ar waith trwy fyfyrdodau a heriau dyddiol. (This is the Welsh-language version of our Count Your Blessings Lent calendar.)

Week 1: Lent reflections – Sunday 18 February

Our first Lent reflection, written by Christian Aid’s programme communication manager in Kenya, David Mudachi, leads us to reflect on the wilderness moments of our lives. It considers how, as societies, we can find inspiration to respond from Jesus’ wilderness sojourn.

Count Your Blessings 2018

Download and print your copy of our Lent calendar

Week 4: Lent reflections – Sunday 11 March

Written by Bob Kikuyu, who is from Kenya and is Christian Aid’s Deputy Head of the Africa Division. He is formerly a church minister who has worked over many years with the poor in the slums of Nairobi.