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Family Faith Formation Resources | Pentecost

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This article is part of the Family Faith Formation Toolkit - a collection of resources for equipping ministry leaders, parents, and caregivers with family faith practices and resources, brought to you by Faith Formation Ministries.

In the following links you’ll find creative resources and practices for Pentecost to use both in community and at home. These ideas can be seamlessly woven into existing church programs and into family life.

Pentecost: In Community

  • Engage all ages in a collaborative art project for Pentecost. You’ll find ideas in this post on Pentecost Art Projects.

  • Find a wealth of wonderful ideas for interactive, intergenerational worship stations on the Pentecost page of Theresa Cho's website. 

  • This Happy Pentecost post from the Worshiping with Children blog is brimming with ideas for intergenerational worship on Pentecost.

  • The Day When God Made Church is a picture book about Pentecost. Read from it during worship and encourage families to keep the conversation going at home by sending them home with supplies to make Pentecost Fire Sticks.

  • Illustrated Ministry sells Pentecost coloring pages and provides ideas for how to use them as part of your Pentecost celebration.

  • Looking for language to use when exploring the Pentecost story with children? Check out the picture book Breathe by Laura Alary. 

  • Pentecost Ideas for Worshipping with Kids Online and at Home helps you meaningfully include children during worship. 

Pentecost: At Home

QUESTIONS?

If you’re part of the Christian Reformed Church in North America and you have questions about how to equip ministry leaders, parents, and caregivers with family faith practices and resources, one of Faith Formation Ministries’ Regional Catalyzers would love to talk with you about ideas and strategies.

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