Posted by Phil on 07.03.2013
“On Wednesday and Thursday this week we ran a prayer space in St.Michael’s on the mount school. It was one of the best school things I’ve done. We had 11 prayer activities focussed around the theme of “we are all special” set up to help the children to think or to pray.” Jane Simpkins, a School Community Worker from Bristol, reports.
Posted by Phil on 01.03.2013
“During November and December last year, MSYN (Mid Staffordshire Youth Net) held sacred spaces in two different High Schools in Stafford and we were overwhelmed by the responses from young people and staff. Comments written on evaluation sheets, such as “thank you so much for coming this has been amazing please come back again soon” were so encouraging.”
Posted by Phil on 28.02.2013
“We had an amazing day in Carrick-On-Shannon Community School,” writes Tash Creaney from 24-7 Prayer Ireland. “The school invited us in to run several prayer workshops with 2nd year class groups. The school chaplain specifically requested that we would tell the students about ‘a relationship with God through prayer’.”
Posted by Phil on 27.02.2013
“I would just like to say thank you for the reflective prayer trail your team set up in our school this week,” said a teacher in response to a recent prayer space in Bristol. “Although the theme of ‘Prayer’ was mainly set within a Christian context, children of all faiths and belief systems felt welcomed and valued.” Liz Ogborne reports on the prayer at Henleaze Junior School
Posted by Phil on 23.02.2013
“St Chad’s Primary School in Lichfield… 2 mornings, 180 pupils, 5 prayer activities and a handful of fabulous volunteers. What an incredible experience! I don’t think I will ever stop being amazed at how spiritual, thoughtful and insightful children can be.” Lizzy Steele reports on their first prayer space in Lichfield.