With many churches now returning to buildings or holding 'hybrid' services, we are delighted to launch "Journey Together" a new Sunday School syllabus based on the Common Worship Lectionary Calendar. Each week includes a "Together at Home" sheet which can be shared with families to continue their Faith at Home journey.
The believers met together in the Temple every day. They ate together in their homes, happy to share their food with joyful hearts.
While we are unable to meet in our church buildings we can still be 'Together at Home'. We've been providing free resources for churches to share with their families to help them explore the Bible and learn about God together whilst in their own homes during the COVID Pandemic.
We're winding down offering multiple packs each week but will still be sharing a range of seasonal resources and would love to keep connected with you all. All our previous resources will continue to be available on this site and we are looking at ways to rearrange the pages to help you find what you need more easily.
In 2020, Jess who produces all our resources launched her new business, Foundationstones Resources, Do have a look if you are in search of Sunday School Syllabus and Resources for helping children explore the Bible. We'd love for you to take a look.
All the 'Together at Home' resources are made by Jess - you can find out all about her on our new ABOUT US page.
You can look ahead to see what Bible stories we will be covering in our Sunday Packs on our
LOOKING AHEAD page.
In these difficult times we will need to help some of the families in our churches and communities to say goodbye to people that they love.
We have created a resource in two parts; one for children to spend some time saying goodbye and a second to help parents as they love and support their children in the midst of their own grief.
Many of us are struggling to find the right words to respond to the global outpouring of pain and anger following the death of George Floyd. These are big topics to unpack and discuss with adults let alone children.
However, our God is a God of Justice and we are called to "walk justly" in this world. As Christians and church communities we all have a role to play. We've created a page of resources and links to help families and church communities as they seek to address and discuss racial inequality.