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Since launching Everything You Need for an Interactive Series on the Faith Practices (Part 1), we have been over the moon about the exciting ways that ministry leaders have been using those resources to engage all ages in the faith practices of Listening, Celebrating, Prayer, Wonder, Remembering, and Service. It’s been equally thrilling for us to discover that so many of you have been counting down the days until the next set of resources lift off.   

Well, they’re he-re! Welcome to everything you need for an interactive series on SIX MORE faith practices: Sabbath, Gratitude, Generosity, Hospitality, Engaging Scripture, and Justice and Mercy. 

Whether you’re 

  • preparing a sermon 
  • planning a worship service 
  • designing a midweek gathering 
  • organizing activities for an intergenerational small group
  • shaping a summer series
  • or seeking an all ages alternative to vacation Bible school

these fresh resources from the Faith Practices Project have got you covered. 

The list below gives you at-a-glance access to everything you need to start planning opportunities for all ages in your church community to experience faith practices in ways they can weave into their daily lives. Check it out now and bookmark it for later!

Build-Your-Own  Worship Service (or Series) Plans 

Explore the Sermon Supports, Music Suggestions, Intergenerational Ideas, Worship Ideas and Take-it-Home Resources in these Build-Your-Own Worship Service (or Series) plans and then pick and choose the options that work best for your context.

Individual Worship Service Plans

Wondering how to put a whole service together? This series of worship service plans pull the pieces together to create a single worship service. Use them as they are or as inspiration while creating your own.  

Ideas for Intergenerational Gatherings

Shaping an informal gathering for all ages? You’ll find a multitude of ideas on these pages which are organized into the categories of Gather, Grow, and Go. 

Resources for At Home

While all of the above ideas include a variety of resources for encouraging and equipping people to continue the practices at home, we especially want to draw your attention to these:  

It was such a joy for Katie Ritsema-Roelofs and I to curate these resources for you on behalf of Worship Ministries and Faith Formation Ministries. We’d love to hear how you use them and also learn about the other ways in which you’re exploring faith practices with your congregation. Let us know at [email protected] or [email protected]

PS: With the launch of the first series, we hosted a webinar as a way to introduce the ideas. You can view the recording here: Design an Interactive Series on the Faith Practices.

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