Environmental Campaigning Groups

Here is a selection of the many groups involved in making positive climate change.


Christian Climate Action logoChristian Climate Action

Direct action, public witness for the climate


Christian Climate Action is a community of Christians supporting each other to take meaningful action in the face of imminent and catastrophic anthropogenic climate breakdown. Inspired by Jesus Christ, and social justice movements of the past, they carry out acts of non-violent direct action to urge those in power to make the change needed.  Christian Climate Action – Direct action, public witness for the climate


Operation Noah

A charity working with the Church to inspire action on the climate crisis


Operation Noah was set up in 2004 to provide a Christian response to the climate crisis. It works with all Christian denominations and supports interfaith work on climate change. Its work is informed by the latest science on climate change – causes, impacts and solutions. The sense of urgency felt because of the science is balanced by faith in God and hope in his future for our world. It is faith-motivated, science-informed and hope-inspired.


Bright now logoBright Now 

Towards fossil free churches


Bright Now is a campaign run by Operation Noah as part of a growing global movement calling for divestment (disinvestment) from fossil fuels.

Friends of the Earth LogoFriends of the Earth

A  grassroots environmental campaigning community.


Birmingham Friends of the Earth has been running since 1973, and is based in The Warehouse, since 1977, they are one of the biggest Friends of the Earth groups in the UK, which in turn is part of the largest international network of environmental groups in the world, with affiliates in over 75 countries worldwide.


A Rocha Eco Church LogoA Rocha Eco Church

Online survey and resources to help you and your church care for creation


A Rocha UK (ARUK) is a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world and committed to mobilising Christians and churches in the UK to care for the environment.  They are part of the worldwide family of A Rocha organisations committed to conservation action as an expression of Christian mission, and work collaboratively with others who share our passion for the planet and our desire for its flourishing.

Eco Church is A Rocha UK’s award scheme for churches in England and Wales who want to demonstrate that the gospel is good news for God’s earth.


Green Christian LogoGreen Christian

Ordinary Christians, Extraordinary Times.


Green Christian exists to share Green insights with Christians and to offer Christian insights to the wider Green movement. Since they were formed in 1981 the ecological crisis has continued and deepened. They seek more urgently to live gently on the earth, encouraging one another in discipleship which accepts our impact on God’s creation as a whole.

This includes:- daily prayer, a simpler lifestyle, public witness, peaceful campaigning, encouragement to one another and the provision of resources, including a magazine, groups, retreats and conferences.

Get in touch with Green Christian Birmingham by contacting Rosina McGuigan.