These four, two-minute films are aimed at encouraging children and households to reflect on some of the ways Jesus describes himself as we think about who we are in our different homes.
Each film focuses on a different place in the home, whatever our home is like, and encourages us to think about how we might pray in each of those places. In the final film, Bishop Rachel encourages children to draw their home or their favourite place in their home and ask an adult in the household to send her a picture or a photo of the picture in the hope that we might create a collage of prayer. Pictures can be sent to , or tweet us @glosdioc
This is part of the Church of England’s new #FaithAtHome programme, to make prayer a household habit once again.
#FaithAtHome which launches today (1 May) will feature weekly video content to help families to talk about faith and pray together.
The videos will be led by children, young people, staff and school leaders from across the country.
Over the next three months, #FaithAtHome will explore themes including courage, patience, generosity, resilience, love and hope. The #FaithAtHome programme will run for an initial 11 weeks and can be accessed at churchofengland.org/faithathome