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Children-Friendly Worship Service

This two-part guide explores the benefits and means to create truly intergenerational worship services. Offering a list of principles for consideration, guidelines for child participation, ideas on how to prepare children for worship, guidelines for effective, child-focused messages, hymnody and prayer suggestions, ideas for a child-oriented sermon series, and a list of additional resources, this guide was prepared by Howard Vanderwell and Norma de Waal Malefyt. 

Worship that is Friendly to Children, Part 1

Worship that is Friendly to Children, Part 2

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