Interactive Prayer Stations

Read more about what interactive prayer stations are about, possible layout for prayer stations, and how my church came about implementing prayer stations into our Sunday worship.

Here is a list of themes and topics:

Advent

Advent I
Advent II
Advent III
Advent IV
Advent, Ordinations, & Installations

Baptism of the Lord/Baptism

Baptism of the Lord
Baptism of the Lord II
Candles & Meaning of Names

Church

Church’s Vision & Mission & the Good Samaritan
Evangelism, Discipleship, Servanthood, & Diversity
Leadership
Vision & Call

Easter

Easter & Empty Tomb
Easter & Resurrection
Easter & Thomas

Gospel Stories

Feeding the 5000 & Calling of Disciples
Church’s Vision & Mission & the Good Samaritan
Good Samaritan
Gratitude & the Ten Lepers
John 3.16 & Lent
Mary & Martha
Parable of the Sower

Justice Issues

Hunger Awareness
Hunger Awareness II
Jeremiah 2, Creation, & Earth Day
10th Anniversary of 9/11 & Peace
World Food Day

Lent

Lent
Lent II
Lent III
John 3.16 & Lent
Rainsticks, Pentecost, and Lent

Love

Love
Love II

Pentecost

PentecostĀ I
Pentecost II
Pentecost III
Rainsticks, Pentecost, and Lent

Prayer

Prayer
Prayer 2 & Lord’s Prayer
Prayer & Crosses

Prophets

Isaiah 40
Jeremiah 2, Creation, & Earth Day
Micah & Stewardship

Stewardship

Stewardship
Stewardship 2
Micah & Stewardship

Trinity Sunday

Trinity Sunday

Interactive Prayer elements in the following blogs:

Intergenerational Advent Worship
Intergenerational Palm Sunday Worship
Worship that Journeys through the Seasons
Lent through the Eyes of Luke
A Wrecked Lenten Journal
Intergenerational Palm Sunday Worship II
Interactive Installation & Ordination Ideas
Golden Calf, Exodus 32

Interactive Gift Ideas:

Anniversaries, Ordination, and Installations

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