Together at Home will be here for as long as churches need it, but we know that some churches are beginning to reopen. This page is full of resources to help and support those churches who are opening their doors once again.
The UK will be holding a day of reflection on March 23rd to mark the anniversary of COVID 19 in our nation. It is a time to remember all that we have lost over the last year, but also a great opportunity for self-reflection.
This family roadmap resource is full of questions you could share and discuss as a family.
There is also a version designed for adults - the "reflective roadmap" is available here, it is part of a new series of resources being developed by Foundationstones Resources to help churches as they prepare to meet again in person. Do share the link with anybody who you think would find it helpful, or why not buy a set to share with friends!
As we move into a season of transition many of us are being asked to plan and prepare for a return to in person activities. It is a daunting task particularly as we are still running our online services and activities.
These two planning sheets are designed to help with the process of Transition Planning and Vision Casting over next few weeks and months.
If your church would like a sheet to help families prepare to return to church buildings you might find these sheets useful - you can download a blank version to add your own text to or get in touch if you would like us to adapt the sheet to suit your church community.
Version with text
Most churches will not be able to hold separate children's groups yet. Here is a sheet that children could use to make their own notes during a service.
Together at Home has been providing free resources for churches since the middle of March 2020 - it has been wonderful to be able to bless churches during this season. Jess who creates all the Together at Home resources also runs 'Foundationstones Resources' where you which creates Sunday School and teaching materials.
Please do consider visiting her website and making a purchase.