Category Archive: Worship Ideas

Mar 10

Youth and Children’s Work Hub challenges leaders to live by example

On Wednesday 4th March Thrive brought together nine different churches to explore “How to help children and young people live a life of worship”.  There was a mix of leaders who works with children, young people and some whose role covered both. The evening started with a talk by Fiona, Thrive’s Children’s Ministry Adviser, about worship, what …

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Nov 27

Thrive partners with Leamington Baptist for First Sunday

First Sunday has been a ministry overseen by Leamington Spa Baptist Church for many years. It has gone through various phases but at its heart has always been a desire to draw together Christian young people in the local area to worship together on the First Sunday of the month. The services are designed, hosted …

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Sep 08

10 ways you can help young people worship God

One of the most common questions I get asked as a youth advisor is how do you help young people engage in worship? It’s an important question and one that we need to take time to consider carefully. It always delights me when I get asked this question because it means the questioner is thinking …

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Jul 07

All you need to host your own youth prayer night

This week’s blog post is a bit different. I want to make available to you a resource to download. As youth leaders, we are all looking for new, creative ways to engage young people in prayer and to harness their attention and passion for God. One such way of doing this is by use of …

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Nov 04

10 tips to help a young person lead a worship service

There are some things which get your heart rejoicing more than others. For me it is seeing a young person fully engaged with God and setting the example to others. I love it when we see young people taking on primary roles in our church services. This might be praying, worship leading or preaching. But …

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Sep 23

Scrabble worship

Worship is an important part of any Christian youth group session. This is different to any response or prayer time which comes towards the end of the session and focuses on any teaching challenges that there might have been. This is simply a chance to give each young person an opportunity to connect with God …

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