National Youth Agency - Ukraine Crisis
NYA (National Youth Agency) has put together a number of resources to help adults talk with children and young people about the situation in Ukraine.
There are also links on the website to resources for Understanding conflict from organisations such as the British Red Cross, Save the Children and Barnardo's.
Church of England Lent 2022: Family activities calendar
Join us from 1 March to open a daily family activity on our Lent calendar as part of our Lent and Easter campaign, LiveLent: Embracing Justice
5 Ukrainian Worship Songs for War and Peace
As the people of Ukraine face war, believers across the country, including many evangelicals, are still gathering to worship the Lord wherever they are.
Since Ukraine’s independence in 1991, most Ukrainian worship music consisted of Western praise songs translated into Ukrainian. But there is a rising movement encouraging the creation of original Ukrainian worship music—written by and for Ukrainians
Ash Wednesday Mission
Resource from Mark 10 Mission Little Liturgies. Suggestions for introducing Lent to younger children.
#LiveLent 2022 church resources: Embracing Justice
#LiveLent: Embracing Justice is the Church of England’s theme for Lent 2022. Both the Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2022 Lent Book, Embracing Justice (SPCK), and the daily reflections booklet for adults (CHP) have been written by Isabelle Hamley.
#LiveLent: Embracing Justice offers a daily Bible reading, a short reflection and a prayer, as well as a practical challenge linked to the week’s theme. An accompanying child’s version is also available to help children and their families explore how we can live well together.
The book and booklets will be accompanied by daily social media posts from Ash Wednesday (2 March) to Easter Day (17 April), together with a wide range of free digital resources for individuals, groups and churches.