What do prayer stations look like? Click through the gallery below to see some different prayer stations set up:
Our staff will work with you to plan a meaningful event for your parish, community, or deanery. Host parishes are asked to provide space for programming and some supplies (depending on the setup of prayer stations and other elements of liturgy). Additional program fees may be assessed based on type of service, prayer stations, distance traveled to the parish, etc.
Here is what one church had to say about their inter-generational Ash Wednesday worship experience:
The stations were all well thought out, beautifully presented, and fun for the children. The staff from the Family and Young Adult Ministries office were wonderful to work with, tailoring the program to our exact needs, bringing all of the supplies needed, and assisting families as they worked through the stations. It was a unique and positive experience for all involved. We are blessed to have such a rich resource in our diocese. -Carolyn Huff, Associate Rector, Church of the Good Samaritan (Paoli)
What is your experience with prayer stations? What stations would be most meaningful to your parish? Tell us in the comments section below!