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– Find this week’s ‘Individuality’ Act of Worship under the Wednesday tab, which is led by Mr Griffin and 7T! 

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The word of the week is Individuality!

God created us all equal but not all the same. Each and every person is unique and a special creation of God. This week we need to celebrate all things that make us who we are and that make other people individual.

We are told that being ‘different’ is bad and that we should be ‘normal’, but there is no such thing as normal! It is our different gifts and talents that make the world such an exciting place.

This week, spend some time reflecting on the things that you love about the people around you and celebrate everyone’s individuality and uniqueness.

Click on the different tabs below to explore this week’s prayer resources which have been created by our friends at Christ the King. We hope you have a great week!

Remember to comment in the comments box below and let us know how you get on in your form groups 🙂

Let us start our prayer by making the Sign of the Cross.

This week’s word of the week video is presented to us by some of the Y7 Chaplaincy team at Christ The King!

 

Let us know in the comments below all of the unique and individual qualities, gifts and talents your form has between you!

Let us pray:

God has created me to do Him some definite service.

He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another.

Help us Lord to hear your calling and celebrate our individual missions in life. 

Amen.

 

We end our prayer by making the Sign of the Cross.

We hope you have a great Monday!

This week’s Act of Worship has been planned and delivered by Mr Griffin and representatives of 7T.

Before you start the Act of Worship, spend a few moments gathering your thoughts and prayers together for the day.

We hope you enjoy the Act of Worship! Make sure you join in with the scripture responses and group action led by 7T!

 

Let us know how this week’s Act of Worship made you feel in the comments box below!

    We start our prayer by making the sign of the cross.

    Armistice Day is on the 11th November and is also known as Remembrance Day.

    It marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. A two-minute silence is held at 11am to remember the people who have died in wars.

    Today we come together to remember with pride and appreciation, those who have given of their lives in service to others.

     

    We invite you to watch this Remembrance Day Poem written by Charlie Wilson…

    Why do we wear poppies?

    Poppies are used to remember those who have given their lives in battle is because they are the flowers which grew on the battlefields after World War One ended.

    This is described in the famous World War One poem In Flanders Fields.

    Ever since then, they have come to be a symbol of remembering not just those who gave their lives in World War One, but all those who have died on behalf of their country.

    The money raised from these donations is used to help servicemen and women who are still alive, whose lives have been changed by wars that they fought in.

    The money helps veterans who may need to find new jobs or somewhere to live, or any other support they may need.

    It is also used to help those who have lost loved ones because of wars.

    Let us pray:

    Dear Lord, 

    We remember those whom you have gathered from the storm of war into the peace of your presence.

    May your peace calm our fears, bring justice to all peoples and inspire us to be peacemakers in our world today. 

    Amen 

    We end our prayer by making the Sign of the Cross.

      We start our prayer by making the sign of the cross.

      Robert Madu is an incredibly inspiring man who spoke at the last CYMFED Flame event for young people which was attended by over 10,000 young Catholics!

      Today we invite you to watch this video from Flame which is held at Wembley Arena. Robert Madu reflects on our individuality and the fact that we were all designed and created by God.

       

      “For him, you have worth , you are not insignificant. You are important to him, for you are the work of his hands. That is why he is concerned about you and looks to you with affection.” Christus Vivit. 115.

       

      Let us pray:

      Dear Lord,

      Thank you for the gift of individuality and diversity. 

      Thank you for the opportunities You give us to grow as individuals each day in love and knowledge of Jesus Christ. 

      Amen.

       

      We end our prayer by making the Sign of the Cross.

        We start our prayer by making the sign of the cross.

        Today’s Scripture reflection comes from some of the Year 7 Chaplaincy Team at Christ the King School…

         

        Let us pray:

        Dear Lord,

        Help us to serve you in everything we do.

        May we find happiness in following in your footsteps and treating others with kindness.

        Amen.

        We end our prayer by making the Sign of the Cross.

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