Tag Archives: intergenerational

rootsathome

Review: Roots at home

Title: Roots at home Price: free until July 2021, then £3/m Published by: ROOTS | Worship and learning for the whole Church (rootsontheweb.com) Perfect for: families looking a weekly Bible focus with activities in step with the Lectionary Best bit: Good variety of activities, with QR codes to link to online videos Worst bit: the design is a […]

loose parts

Using loose parts to play Bible stories

I was recently looking at the Benedictus, otherwise known as the words Zechariah says on the birth of his son, John the Baptist in Luke 1:67-79. It’s a powerful passage, although not as well-known as Mary’s song a few verses earlier in the chapter. As I looked at it, I started to see connections with […]

Breaking Through

A picture meditation for Pentecost

This picture was created by Peter Privett, part of Godly Play UK – you can find his full resource here. I’ve just shared this picture meditation. You might like to print the picture out and display it somewhere in your home. This way you can think about it over the week. This is an activity […]

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Hand washing prayers

I love active sorry prayers which use a forgiveness metaphor from the Bible. This one takes the metaphor of forgiveness being like being washed clean. All you need is a bowl of water and a towel. Take it in turns to slowly wash your hands. As you wash, either silently or out loud, say sorry […]

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Breath Prayer Guided Meditation

You may well have come across Sarah Bessey and her Breath Prayers for Anxious Times. I love using this myself, so I’ve adapted it into a guided meditation which I use with my children to help them connect with God and find peace and calm. Below is a script you can use to do the […]