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Produced by the CTM, with material provided by Beth Barnett and Cath James, the 2017 CTM Multi-age Advent Resource is full of ideas suitable for use in household, small group and congregational contexts.

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This new and FREE resource, covering the Sundays in December, includes links to other resources, three different options for Advent Wreath/Candle lighting litanies and five worship service outlines (one for each week in December). Taking as its foundation the suggested readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, Engage Together is especially suitable for particular denominations (such as the Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches) and usable by any church. Broadly speaking, this resource addresses the Welcome, Call to Worship, Prayer of Confession, Music, Bible Reading and Prayers of the People elements often found in a typical worship service – plus it also includes a Take Home suggestion for each week.

As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments to chris.barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au.

Download the entire resource here at CTM Resourcing

Engage Together – Generating Intergenerational Worship Ideas

Engage Together – Generating Intergenerational Worship Ideas, a new, FREE intergenerational worship resource, is now available for download.  Comprising five main sections, four focusing on one element of a typical service – Call to Worship, Music, Prayer and Bible Reading – plus one on Take Home ideas, each section contains tips, suggestions, a list of ideas and a number of worked examples (with each of the examples drawn from previous editions of Engage Together).

Engage Together – Generating Intergenerational Worship Ideas

Suitable for use whether you are following the lectionary or not, these resources from the VCCE may be used wherever liturgically appropriate in a service, including as part of an Early Word/ Children’s Talk time. As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments…

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This new and FREE resource takes as its source material the suggested readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, thus making it especially suitable for particular denominations (such as the Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches) and usable by any church. Its basic approach is to take as a foundation the general principles of multi-age worship – such as seeking to be multi-sensory, multi-intelligence and multi-ability aware – and add a layer of intergenerational awareness. Broadly speaking, this resource addresses the Welcome, Call to Worship, Prayer of Confession, Music, Bible Reading and Prayers of the People elements often found in a typical worship service. This edition also includes a Take Home suggestion for each week.

As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments to chris.barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au.

Download the entire resource here at CTM Resourcing

This new and FREE resource takes as its source material the suggested readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, thus making it especially suitable for particular denominations (such as the Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches) and usable by any church. Its basic approach is to take as a foundation the general principles of multi-age worship – such as seeking to be multi-sensory, multi-intelligence and multi-ability aware – and add a layer of intergenerational awareness. Broadly speaking, this resource addresses the Welcome, Call to Worship, Prayer of Confession, Music and Bible Reading elements often found in the first third of a mainline worship service.

As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments to chris.barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au.

Download the entire resource here at CTM Resourcing

The following weeks are also available for individual download …

Lenten intergenerational lectionary-based resources are available now. Suitable for use whether you are following the lectionary or not, these resources from the VCCE may be used wherever liturgically appropriate in a service, including as part of an Early Word/ Children’s Talk time. As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments to chris.barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au.

This new and FREE resource takes as its source material the suggested readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, thus making it especially suitable for particular denominations (such as the Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches) and usable by any church. Its basic approach is to take as a foundation the general principles of multi-age worship – such as seeking to be multi-sensory, multi-intelligence and multi-ability aware – and add a layer of intergenerational awareness. Broadly speaking, this resource addresses the Welcome, Call to Worship, Prayer of Confession, Music and Bible Reading elements often found in the first third of a mainline worship service.

 

As always, your feedback on these resources will be gratefully received. Please e-mail your comments to chris.barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au.

Download the resource here