Family Liturgies Archives - Seedbed

Sometimes, as adults, we are not very good at taking intentional steps toward making our worship child-friendly. Brian Rhea has some suggestions on ways we can make our Ash Wednesday services accessible and easier for our younger church members, so we might lead our children into the presence of Christ and the worship of the church.

So, you've been convinced that singing the Psalms would be a good thing for your congregation. Now, how in the world do you actually do it? Patrick Bourckel shares five practical ways to sing the Psalms.

Are you trying to find good songs for kids to sing? Emily Barlow shares some tips for choosing the best!

While she waited for the Savior of the world to be born, Mary worshiped. Elizabeth Rhyno shares what Mary can teach us about the effects of worship.

When we invite children to come forward, our worship forms a window into heaven; we embrace children the way our Lord embraced them. And, on top of that, it gives us an easy opportunity to teach the stories of Scripture in this age of increasing biblical illiteracy.

What is your tradition for Christmas that helps you draw near to the birth of our Savior? Matt Sigler shares a hymn that has come to hold special meaning for him at Christmas.

Do you want to include the children in your corporate worship, but are not sure how to best go about it? Adam Kurihara shares some solid tips on how to make them (and their parents) feel welcome.

What do worship and protest have in common? Adam Kurihara reflects on recent political protest and activism in light of Christian faith.

Looking for just the right Advent devotional or resource? Worship Design Collective shares a list of helpful resources for every type of personality!

Even non-traditional churches can benefit from worshiping with the church calendar. Emily Barlow shares how to celebrate the season of Lent.

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