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Worship: Including Children in Holy Week & Easter

resources from judicatories, including re-opening guidelines and online worship videos; online hospitality & participation; engaging children, youth, and intergenerational; lectionary & preaching; liturgy, music & liturgical arts; tech & copyright helps;

Including Children in Holy Week/Easter Worship

     

Openings: Lent, 2022 invites participants to explore the same complex and challenging feelings Jesus experienced in his final days. Wonder Stations enables households or congregations to develop a Stations of the Cross for Good Friday that can be shared in homes, church buildings or outside.

Liturgies for Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Stations of the Cross (Good Friday), Easter Vigil, and Easter Morning are on their way!

Co-Creating a Prayer for Lent “Mad Lib” Style

includes great insight on using technologies such as zoom to reach people in new, sustaining, and sustainable ways

SHC_March_blog Including Children in Holy Week

As we look ahead to Holy Week, this blog post from Jessica Davis explores ways to include children in these important services.

          

Yoga Devotions that pair texts for Palm Sunday, the Three Holy Days and Resurrection Sunday with movement and stretching.   

Rev. Elsa Cook suggests: Maybe Maundy Thursday is a day where worship doesn't happen online in any form but it is a day of service like this church did.

Watch the Easter iteration of Ms. Suzy's Place; and find her other 8 videos here.