Resources and links for parents and families

There are many groups offering resources for parents and families. If you are looking for thinks to do together and/or videos and stories to share, we hope some of these will help to enrich your time.

Thy Kingdom Come

Why not download the Kingdom Kit as a family? This is a wonderful resource full of lots of activities for families with children of different ages. Some of the resources can be adapted to suit the current context including a great activity called ‘Rocket Prayers’ – perfect if you have a garden. Download the resource:

The Anglican Family Hub

We hope this page will connect families together as our ministry leaders offer resources of at home prayers, worships, activities, crafts, games and more! Share, connect and join the community! (Includes Youth Group and Sunday school activities and events)

Online Virtual Sunday School                Sundays at 1 pm

Join us every Sunday afternoon for an online Sunday School story and activity. We are so proud to have a wonderful team of great leaders taking turns leading us each week.

Junior Virtual Youth Group                Fridays at noon

All youth ages 10-13 are welcome to join the Virtual Junior Youth Group session which will be held through Zoom on Friday's beginning at 12:00 noon. To join, please contact Sarah Bird by email and provide her with your name, age, parish and your email address or your parents email address so you can be emailed a link to connect with the group.

St. John's Anglican Sunday School     Includes story time, Sunday School activities and regular Junior Virtual Youth Group

CLAY has just added new resources to our website including: "The Road We Are On Together" reflections on the #Emmaus story and our own journey stories.

Illustrated Ministry

Illustrated Ministry creates accessible faith-based resources for the church and home. Thoughtful and easy to use materials are designed to foster authentic faith engagement with refreshing designs, creative activities, and intergenerational focus. Celebrate the expansive image of God in everyone through open, inclusive and progressive language, imagery, and theology.