This is a prayer station where people follow the prayer course- like orienteering- around the inside or outside of your church, spending time with Christ on the route.
This prayer station is about how God takes things from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
These prayer stations are linked to Mark 4:35-41- Jesus calming the storm.
This prayer station is about surrendering to Jesus that which must be put to death in us so that we can be more like Him.
Resources Needed: Card Cellotape/ stapler Pens Gems/ Feathers/ Stickers (optional) Crown template Instructions: Ask the congregation to each make a crown for themselves. Some may want to use a template. As they make their crowns, ask them to think about what it might look like to be part of Jesus’ kingdom where they live. They […]
This prayer station uses Jenga blocks to think about our role in building God’s kingdom here on Earth.
This prayer station looks at who God is and how God is bigger than time itself.
These two prayer stations are focused on the characteristics of following Jesus and on how to continue following Jesus. We used these stations with John 21- the resurrection breakfast on the beach.
This prayer station is about how much God loves us that he would have died for us even if we were the only person in the whole world.
This prayer station is for advent. It uses the gifts of the Magi to reflect on what Jesus means to us and to thank Father God for sending the gift of Jesus.