Children and Worship: Helping Them to Experience God


This webinar will contain key information on the Children & Worship program and why it is so effective in the spiritual development of young children. In addition to inspirational stories and practical suggestions, the presenter will discuss the Children & Worship program overview, spiritual formation in the young, how to get started, available resources, and stories of how C&W has impacted children, their families and their congregations. 

Olivia Stewart is the director of Young Children and Worship. Olivia is ordained and serves as the Minister of Children and Families for the Disciples of Christ, and also as Director for Children's Discipleship at Central Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, MI.

Children & Worship: Helping Them to Experience God - webinar presented on October 28, 2015

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Our church has Children and Worship story figures that we would love to find a new home for them as we have changed our curriculum and no longer use them.  Anyone starting the Children and Worship curriculum and need story figures?  Please contact Julie at

Hi Julie, this is a wonderful offer. I'll let the Children and Worship trainers know so that they can refer a church to you if needed. You may also want to post this on The Network's Exchange - just start a new post here on the Network, put the details of your offer in the post, and when it asks you what category to place it in, choose Church Exchange. 

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