Simple, open and generous. These are the guiding principles of St Clare’s. So we try and develop simple, accessible resources that can bring deep meaning.  We want to be generous with our ideas, sharing them as widely as possible, and so the following resources are free to use. Please feel free to share as widely as you would like.

We also have further resources available to purchase from our Online Shop.  Also check out our blog for other worship ideas. 

Finger Prayers

This simple idea for intercessions, is a way of bringing something tactile to worship, even when we are socially distanced or engaging online. (August 2020)

Finger prayers

Gazing Prayers 2020

This new resource, available to purchase from our online shop, is a collection of beautiful printed cards, which can be laid out, so people can gaze at them as they pray. Our Gazing Prayers 2020 pack contains 45 postcards, featuring 15 different photos (3 of each image) primarily focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also the Black Lives Matter protests and the on-going effects of climate change. (July 2020)

Gazing Prayers 2020

Litany for 2020

This litany was written in June 2020, on the week of the 3rd anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster, and during the PRIDE month.  However, it also offers prayers re climate change, Black Lives Matter and the global pandemic. You are welcome to adapt it to reflect the current issues in this eventful year. (June 2020)

Litany for 2020

Ascension Day Craft

This simple craft activity for ascension day can be done with just paper, scissors, felt tip pens and some sticky tape. It also contains a child friendly version of the bible story from Acts 1. (May 2020)

Ascension craft

Agape Meal 2020

This downloadable resource has been written especially for use with Zoom or live streamed services and contains a version suitable for Maundy Thursday and another for Easter Day. Its in a WORD format, so you can easily edit or adapt it for your particular context. (March 2020)

Agape Meal 2020

Models of the Atonement Colouring Sheet

Answering the question ‘Why did Jesus die?’ is challenging enough for adults, and can be even more so for children. This sheet for colouring in, helps us to think about why Jesus died, using the five traditional doctrinal understandings of the atonement. (March 2020)

Atonement Colouring sheet

Prayer Trees

This blog post contains free downloadable resources for use with prayer trees, as well as links to prayer trees available for purchase in our online shop. (Feb 2020)

Prayer Trees Blog Post

Gazing Prayers

This resource, available to purchase from our online shop, is a collection of beautiful printed cards, which can be laid out, so people can gaze at them as they pray. Check out the blog post below for ore info about how it works. (May 2018)

Gazing Prayers

Stations of the Cross

This blog post uses photos taken in and around the Coventry Cathedral ruins to reflect on the Stations of the Cross, and can be used for personal devotions at home. (April 2018)

Stations of the Cross Blog Post

Worship at Home on Christmas Morning

For many reasons, not everyone can make it to church on Christmas Day. But we can all find a few minutes to remember God with us, to hear the Christmas story, to give thanks, and to pray for the world. This simple liturgy is designed to help people do this. (Dec 2018)

Christmas morning at home