Family Worship Resources

How do we surround our children with a healthy atmosphere for nurturing faith?

                                                         

  • by building rapport and establishing trusting relationships with them 
  • by expressing love in the home and in the context of the faith community 
  • by talking about and helping them to discover God through nature, at table, and at play, and through the beauty of creation and daily life 
  • by reading and talking about stories with spiritual themes and exploring Bible stories and children’s prayer books 
  • by establishing healthy relationships and environments in school, home and church 
  • by surrounding them with healthy God-talk through labeling, expressions of thanksgiving, appreciation, and gratitude 
  • by nurturing them emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually ! by encouraging their interaction with the art 

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“A Call to Commitment”

by Elsa Tamez
Leader:   Come!  Let us celebrate the supper of our Lord,
People: Let us all together Bake a giant loaf
Leader: And together prepare the jars of wine As at the wedding feast in Cana.
 
People: Let the daughters not forget the salt
Nor the sons the leaven.
Leader: And let us invite many guests:
People: The lame, the blind, the deaf, 
The poor.
 
Leader: Quickly now!
Let us follow the recipe of our Lord,
Let us together knead the dough with our hands
People: And watch with joy
The rising Bread.
 
Leader: Because today we are celebrating 
our commitment to Christ Jesus.
People: Today we are renewing our commitment
To the kingdom,
 
All: And no one shall go hungry away. Amen
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"Words from Our Pastor"

Rev. Seth Ethan Carey

Heart Meditation
Heart Meditation

Heart Meditation Rev. Kendra Joyner Miller There is an ancient Sufi practice where individuals are invited to meditate on the sound of their heart. In this practice you are to get in touch with the beating, source of life within each of us. It is that simple and it is that difficult. Recently I was

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