This resource provides specific suggestions with activities and conversation starters even when you have a small number of youth show up.
This resource includes ideas, not only to get volunteers invested, but to make sure volunteers feel supported so that they’ll want to return to work with youth.
Celebrating our Reformed heritage as Presbyterians is an opportunity to open the stories of our ancestors in the faith and honor their legacy by continuing the work of reformation in the church of today. This resource has ideas on how to do this with youth.
Here are ideas for hosting an in-person or online Church Family Reunion for youth and their families to reconnect and play.
This resource provides suggestions for parents to start conversations with children about racism.
This Quicksheet resource includes Music, Bible Stories, and Prayer suggestions for children and families as they engage in the work of Anti-Racism.
This resource includes tips and resources which are key for Spiritual Emotional Care leaders working with college students.
This Quicksheet provides practical aids and strategies for those working with colleges students and the trauma of the pandemic.
The 2021 reflections are designed to help participants explore various forms of peacemaking through the arts. Featuring reflections from artists and peacemakers, we’ll explore how the arts express and enhance our peacemaking witness. The reflections release Monday through Saturday, alternating between video reflections and written reflections each day. These are only the written portion of the reflections. The video reflections can be accessed on the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Vimeo page. Guided by the theme Witnessing to Peace through Art and Action, and these reflections call us to reflect upon ways to practice peacemaking through: