Posts Tagged ‘prayer stations’

Active & Interactive Prayers: Psalm 23 Prayer Stations

Contributed by: Charlie Baker, Diocese of Auckland

A series of four interactive prayer stations based on David's famous psalm, Psalm 23. You can use this on its own, or as part of this series on David - A man after God's own heart.
Preparation
Beforehand, print out these instruction sheets. Set up each of the four stations in your meeting... See more

Active & Interactive Prayers: Lord’s Prayer Stations

Contributed by: Charlie Baker, Diocese of Auckland

Jesus gave us the Lord's Prayer as as an example of how to pray. These six prayer stations with creative activities and printable posters will engage your youth with each part of the Lord's Prayer. It will help your youth go deeper than just reciting the words, to getting to the heart of how we... See more

Active & Interactive Prayers: Knotted Up

Contributed by: Charlie Baker, Diocese of Auckland

Hand out pieces of string or rope to everyone.
Without naming names, think about if there is someone you need to forgive (it might help if you give some suggestions of situations to help them.) You might have someone in your family you need to forgive, or perhaps a friend or someone at... See more

Group Prayers: Paddling Pool Prayers

Contributed by: Luke Shaw, Diocese of Nelson

Create a paddling pool for prayer boats made from tealight candles. Youth pray silently and then light and float a candle representing their prayers.
This can be used as a prayer activity on it's own or as part of a series of prayer/worship stations. See more

Reflective Prayers: Love the Lord Your God – Worship Stations

Contributed by: Charlie Baker and Karen Spoelstra, Diocese of Auckland

These seven worship stations work well as part of a youth group session, a youth or all age service, or camp. Adapt the wording as needed to suit your situation.
You may like to begin with a discussion or message about God's love and worship being our response of love to His love, using... See more

Devotional: Worship Jars

Contributed by: Charlie Baker

Your youth will make their way around a series of stations to create personalised Worship Jars filled with items that will encourage and inspire them to worship God.
You will need: recycled jars (with labels removed) - enough for one per person -  and simple craft supplies (coloured... See more