Faith Formation resources

Published by Melanie Huinink on Wed, Mar 25, 2020 10:19 AM
COVID-19 Response Team

There are so many resources for faith formation and it can be overwhelming.  I have sifted through many emails, webpages and suggestions and come across some wonderful resources.

Please continue to put God first!

Faith formations ministry has put out a great article with plenty of resources:

If you would rather not read through the article, here are some of the ones they suggested that I found were great:

*A 40 day reading plan:  plan/

*Faith 5 - which includes a framework for connecting each other and our faith:

*A family devotional for Holy Week, starting on Palm Sunday:

*"Faith in an anxious world" podcast. In each episode, they talk with a different expert to ask some of parents’ biggest questions about young people and anxiety.

*Podcasts, activities, devotions all right here for your kids:

Some other great resources:

35 Tech free faith forming family activities:

GenOn Ministries has provided 2 free LIFT sessions - multigenerational worship sessions you can download and try at home:

Check out what Crossway has provided for free or at a discount: (ebooks, podcasts, reading plans, etc.)

The Presbyterian church in Canada has some resources for families (scroll and click on the "resources and activities for families during school closures" link):

Here's an article from crosswalk titled "10 ways Christians can exemplify faith and peace during covid-19:

Lent At-home Faith Formation Tip: meal with your family or friends to draw connections between the traditional Jewish Passover meal and the Last Supper. This also provides a wonderful opportunity to teach children about communion and how Jesus asked us to remember him when we celebrate it. Author Ann Voskamp offers Christian seder meal instructions at (Tip from Faith Formation Ministries;

Here's the link for instructions:

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