Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

A free screening of Angst, a documentary about anxiety, at Plymouth Congregational Church May 30 will be followed by a conversation on how the church can better support children, youth, and families living with mental health challenges. The film’s website offers resources.  This is a ConNext Community event.

An Infoguide to The Lord’s Prayer:  An Illustrated Curriculum from Illustrated Children’s Ministry is available.  This resource launches next week.

Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too (Beaming) by Jennifer Grant is a follow-up to her Maybe God is Like That Too (2017) for ages 3-8.  Downloadable activities accompany the book.

In We Will Feast (Eerdmans), Kendall Vanderslice explores the practice of eating together as Christian worship.  She writes a monthly newsletter on food and faith, Edible Theology.

Cindy Merten offers practical tips and helpful resources for welcoming children with disabilities and their families in Everybody’s Church?

Matthew Fox launches a free daily meditation.

Please note:  The Resource Center for Churches is offering a large selection of curriculum, DVDs and print material that we have removed from our collection to our member churches.  Visit us in the Minnesota Church Center May 21-23.
See the Six New Things archive.  It’s searchable.  Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.  As of May 20, our hours will be noon-4:00, Tuesday through Thursday.