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YAYA Resources

Curated Resources for those who work with Children, Youth, and/or Young Adults. If you have a resource that YOU would like to share with the Diocese, please contact Eric Travis, at etravis@edomi.org.

Sparkhouse – Creative Art Camp: Four Summer VBS Programs
Sparkhouse – Journey Together: Twelve Inter-generational Summer Events

Vibrant Faith – Visual Faith

FORMA – Faith @ Home (lectionary-based readings and reflections)

Rows of Sharon – Blog by Sharon Ely Pearson, Christian Educator and Formation Specialist

Stuff You Can Use – YM tools to help you be more awesome

Lifelong Learning – Resource from Virginia Theological Seminary

Special Section to help during Social Distancing

These are some resources that I have collected from various sources. I take no credit for creating them, and I have not checked out every sublink. As they are administered by other people, we are not responsible if the content changes. Please use your own judgement and discretion. Please contact Eric Travis (etravis@edomi.org) if a link should be removed.

  • Illustrated Ministry – Free, weekly, faith formation resources for all ages.
  • Faith at Home – Reading, reflecting, and responding to Scripture in the context of Community.
  • 100 ideas for Ministers and Ministries
  • Live Webcams, Virtual Tours, and Virtual Field Trips
  • Church Publishing is offering free resources.
  • Household Bible Reading with Lectio Divina introduces families and small groups to the practice of studying the Bible using Lectio Divina. “Sometimes the Bible can be confusing and difficult to understand. With Lectio Divina we give ourselves permission to let the Bible be what it is. Questions will undoubtedly surface. If you like, search for the answers. Seek out conversations. Or simply let the questions be.”
  • Blessing Children in the Home is a simple practice for reminding children how loved they are.
  • How2charist is digitally instructed Eucharist and could be a great activity to learn about all that goes on during a church service.
  • Grow Christians from Forward Movement is a great website to find inspiration for faith at home, describing itself as “striving to create an online community of discipleship focused on the practical details of life at home.” It includes reflections, stories, images, and recipes from diverse Episcopalians, celebrating the presence of God throughout the Christian year.

 

 

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