Child & Youth Resources
Complete Guide To Godly Play : Volume 2 Revised & Expanded by Jerome Berryman
Revised and updated, The Complete Guide to Godly Play, Volume 2 offers new concepts, new terminology, new illustrations, and a new structure that stem from more than 10 years of using Godly Play with children across the world.
I Will With God's Help Leader's Guide by Mary Wile
This confirmation program, developed with the help of Episcopal educators, clergy and theologians across the country, encourages youth and adults to enter into a uniquely Episcopal—yet profoundly Christian—faith journey.
I Will With God's Help Adult Journal by Mary Lee Wile
This interactive journal is your companion on your faith journey as you seek to renew your commitment to the Episcopal Church. You'll find prayer, scripture study, creative activities and generous space for recording your reflections and experiences.
Blessed To Bless
A guide aimed at teens to bring greater understanding of the historical context behind biblical stories.
What We Do In Church: An Anglican Childâ€Šã„Ã´S Activity Book
The wonderful sights, sounds, and smells of the Anglican liturgy can engage the imagination of young children and draw them into enthusiastic worship. But it can be a bit confusing as well.
Water of Baptism Water For Life by Anne Kitch
Water is the visible sign of Baptism, which calls us to serve others in the world. It is also essential for life. Having clean water for all God’s children is an act of justice, love, respect and a core value of what it means to be a Christian.
These Are Our Bodies - Talking Faith And Sexuality At Church And At Home (Foundation Book) by Leslie Choplin
This book explores how we (as parents and adults) can explore issues of sexuality in the context of our faith. A sexuality education resource from a mainline/progressive denominational prospective aids the adult reader/teacher/parent in learning and using
Stories of God At Home: a Godly Play Approach by Jerome Berryman
A method for families to share the biblical story at home and learn the practice of sharing one another's stories as part of God's Story.