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Ngā Hautaka | Publications

Here are some resources that we have produced – as well as links to resources that we’ve contributed to.

Rangitaki | Blog

We feature reflections and contributions from guest bloggers from the wider A Rocha whānau in Aotearoa – covering a wide range of topics that are of interest to our A Rocha whānau.

Eco Church: Ngā Rauemi ā-kaupapa | Resources by topic

Resources collated on our Eco Church website to support the five areas of action in the Eco Church self-assessment worksheet.

– Leadership, Worship and Teaching

– Church Buildings and Facilities

– Church Land and Grounds

– Community and Global Engagement

– Sustainable Living

A Rocha Resource Hub

Creation care resources for churches, educators and individuals. The A Rocha Resource Hub gathers curated materials from the A Rocha global family in a range of languages and formats about the interplay between creation care and the Christian faith. We are committed to cultural diversity and hope to host an increasing number of resources created by local conservation practitioners and theologians around the world. All the resources on the Hub have been carefully evaluated by our committee and come with A Rocha’s wholehearted endorsement. Many have been created by current or former A Rocha staff and volunteers from around the world, but we also feature resources which align with our five commitments and the A Rocha Commitment to Creation Care.  

A Rocha Field Notes Podcast

A Rocha has always been a voice of hope in the environmental space. The Field notes podcast, hosted by Rick Faw from A Rocha Canada and Jo Swinney from A Rocha International, is an exploration of the ideas, practice and experience making a difference on the ground, through conversations with people who really know what they are talking about – from conservation scientists, explorers and biologists, to artists, entrepreneurs and theologians. They have hopeful stories to tell.

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