Complete service outline for the 17th of January 2016 (Lectionary Year C)
When have you been surprised by God’s great generosity? This station helps us to say thank you for these moments!
Based on the accounts of the early church in Acts 2 this station helps us to think about worshipping God together.
This service helps us to think about what it means to be truly grateful!
This really simple station can be adapted to be used with almost any of the talks on this site.
Many of us, at some point, have made telephones with paper cups and a length of string. This station works well with children and teenagers (and most adults too!). Younger children might need help from an adult.
This station is a reflective one and is best used in a specific quiet space in the room or as a table based reflection when you have other prayer stations taking place around the room.
Following Mary’s example this station encourages us to think of all the good things that God has done for us.
What are you thankful for? This station, based on the story of Bartimaeus challenges us to think about all of the things that we are grateful for.
This station helps us to think about praising God using the story of the Triumphal Entry.
A creative act of prayer which is part of a series of stations based on Facebook and a talk entitled “Friend Of God”
An activity about thankfulness that is part of a series of stations based on Facebook and a talk entitled “Friend Of God”. This station is great for all ages but especially younger children!