Posts Tagged ‘prayer spaces’

Active & Interactive Prayers: 6 Creative Ideas for Written Prayers

Contributed by: Charlie Baker, Diocese of Auckland

These six ideas all use pen and paper to create a space where your young people can quietly speak to God on their own. For some people, writing down their prayers can be a helpful way to focus their thoughts. It can be a great alternative to praying out loud as a group, especially for those who... See more

Active & Interactive Prayers: Tinfoil Prayers

Contributed by: Charlie Baker, Diocese of Auckland

Give each person a square of tinfoil. Invite them to mould or shape something out of the tinfoil that is a symbol of their prayer e.g. an aspect of their life that they would like to offer to God.
Encourage them to pray silently as they create the shape.
You may like to have a small cross... See more