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Creative Ideas for Children's Worship: Year A

Based on the Sunday Gospels


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ISBN-13: 9781848250420
Published: 28/02/2011
Product description
Ask almost any priest what his or her biggest headache is and the answer is likely to be 'coming up with ideas for including children in worship'. Here is the answer to those prayers - a whole year's worth of activities and ideas complete with artwork and visual aids. These sixty outlines have been developed and used in an Anglican parish church over the last eight years by a professional educationalist, artist and experienced children's church leader. The worship outlines include simple children's liturgies and a complete lesson or story plan that harmonizes with what the adults are doing in church on the same day. Through fun ideas, children encounter a real aspect of the Christian faith focused on a theme to be found in the Gospel of the day. Each outline includes a variety of options which make them workable with small and large groups of children or single groups of mixed ages.Illustrated throughout, the text and artwork appears on the accompanying CD Rom in full colour for downloading and printing or copying.
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'Overworked Sunday school teachers will fall on (this) with glee.' - Church Times

Author Information

Sarah Lenton

Sarah Lenton works for the Royal Opera House and the English National Opera helping to educate people about opera. She has worked as a broadcaster, a theatre director and a professional cartoonist and brings all these gifts and boundless enthusiasm to her work with the children of her parish church in Chiswick.

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