Resources for Children’s and Youth Work

External resources for children's and youth work

Worship at home resources

The Diocese of Bristol has launched a lectionary-based app which provides users with a bible passage, thought-provoking questions, a quote and a prayer focus. Great for young people, families or clergy looking for inspiration! Find out more 

God Venture - Fun, creative ways of sharing God with children.

The Diocese of St Albans has produced stories from the Bible as videos, which anyone is welcome to use. Have a look at their YouTube Channel.

Bible Chat Mat allows people of all ages to read the Bible and have conversation together. The sheets can be coloured and doodled on, allowing you to respond to the Bible story in your own unique way. Find out more

Seasonal resources:

Youth work:

  • Movement aims to establish a regular gathering, bringing groups of young people together to meet with God in prayer and worship accompanied by quality Christian teaching that is practical, relevant and useful. Their gatherings are currently online. Find out more

Collective Worship in Schools:

We hold a number of resources centrally which you are welcome to borrow for use in your parish.

The Large Resources leaflet details several of the larger games that we hold, do please contact Simon or Emma to book and arrange collection. If there is something you need which isn’t on the leaflet, do get in touch as it is not an exhaustive list and we might be able to source items from neighbouring dioceses or other churches. 

As well as these items, we have a considerable library of books relating to ministry with Children and Young People. Some are theological reflections, others are more practical guides on running holiday clubs, youth group sessions, drama and poetry scripts or collective worship outlines for schools. These are available to browse and borrow from the Old Palace. 

The following leaflets are guides for more specific areas of youth and children’s work and relate to some of the resources we hold or training we deliver across the diocese.


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