Rhythms of Grace Paperback
Worship and Faith Formation for Children and Families with Special Needs
by Audrey Scanlan; Linda Snyder;
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Rhythms of Grace
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Rhythms of Grace by Audrey Scanlan; Linda Snyder was published by Morehouse Education Resources in August 2010 and is our 64348th best seller. The ISBN for Rhythms of Grace is 9781606740057.
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Rhythms of GraceSiân Hancock, via The Good Book Stall
At last a book that seeks to support a more inclusive approach to worship for families with additional needs. It provides session plans that are easy to use, with activities to engage the senses and put participants at ease as they worship together. Grounded in scripture, Rhythms of Grace is experience-based worship.
Each session follows a sequence of gathering, storytelling, exploring, re-gathering, Eucharist and dismissal. Each has a clear visual image to communicate what’s happening, especially the transition from one to another (a visual timetable or cue helps orient newcomers whilst reminding regular participants). Resources are included in the appendix. The planning sheet that accompanies each session identifies the items needed and clarifies volunteer roles. The worship sheet clearly outlines the theme, scripture and activities for leaders and families participating. The place of communion at each session brings participants together around the Lord’s Table, affirms their presence and, through the receiving and eating provides an opportunity to reach out to God in the sanctity of this experience.
This book is a valuable resource and could make a significant contribution to communities seeking to be inclusive in their worship
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Details for Rhythms of Grace
|Page last updated||23rd July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Audrey Scanlan; Linda Snyder|
|Publisher||Morehouse Education Resources (August 2010)|
|Number of Pages||140|